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2012 Relay For Life of New Lenox
Armed with comfortable shoes and an array of supplies needed for their overnighter, young and old alike will walk around the clock because cancer never sleeps. Though not all individuals are able to stay the entire evening, many individuals will be in motion all night and most teams will have at least one team member walking or running the track at all times. Relay For Life starts with the Opening Ceremony and then local cancer survivors are invited to unite to walk a Survivor lap that is scheduled to start the event. Cheered on as they travel around the track, many will be joined for the next lap by family and friends - the caregivers who helped see them through their cancer journey.
|Where||Lincoln-Way West High School 21701 Gougar Rd, New Lenox, IL 60451|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:00 pm–6:00 am|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Lincoln-Way West High School
Lincoln-Way West is the fourth high school in the public Lincoln-Way system, and it opened in 2009. Its mascot is the Warriors, and the school offers a huge variety of clubs and sports for students.
The Lincoln-Way schools are all very large and provide top-notch facilities. District administrators are also proud that its high schools have test scores that rank in the top 11 percent of all 656 Illinois high schools, and that Lincoln-Way has one of the lowest per-pupil expenditures in the Chicago area.
Students living within the Lincoln-Way boundaries of Liberty Junior High in New Lenox School District No. 122 and the Lincoln-Way boundaries of Union School District attend Lincoln-Way West.