Panthers are wild. Panthers are feared. Panthers are free. With bow and spear and their own wits, panther girls live in the forests away from the cities, away from slavery, away from all rules but their own. Panthers cherish their freedom.
Even wild hearts can be touched by cancer. Panther Day Wednesday, 3/12, panthers leave their forest, come down to the RFL parade ground and offer their hair for Relay For Life. A panther girl, her head newly shaved, has given something precious to the fight.
Bid to shave someone, have yourself shaved 11 – 3 SLT. There’s fast-grow tonic for your hair later!
Relay For Life is a program of the American Cancer Society to remember loved ones lost, celebrate those who survive, and finish the fight against this disease that touches us all. You can help. You can give your time, your passion, your willingness to work. The RFL website can show you how: http://www.relayforlife.org/getinvolved.
The funds we raise fuel the fight. Fourteen million survivors will celebrate another birthday this year!
GET UP. STAND UP. STAND UP FOR THE FIGHT.
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