These volunteers have made major contributions to the support and growth of the Relay over the past 20 years.
The Relay will be held May 3 and 4 at Cleveland High School track. To see the Top 20 Most Wanted Posters and to help raise money for this year's Relay go to www.relayforlife.org/bradleytn.
Out of the list of teams find the Top 20 Most Wanted team. Next look for the list of most wanted and click on their name. This will take you to their page with their wanted poster where you can donate online or print off a form to mail in. The Top 20 will also be honored at this year’s Relay.
“Sheriff Ruth’s Ruthless Relayers” is made up of individuals devoted to fighting crime as well as fighting a silent villain – cancer.
Sheriff Ruth, a cancer survivor himself, is proud of his team’s ambition.
“This 20th anniversary Relay is going to be so awesome. We expect to have more team participation than ever, raise more money than ever and have more fun than ever!” exclaims Janet Conley, team leader of Sheriff Ruth’s Ruthless Relayers.
“And we are excited that the staff and members of Workout Anytime have partnered with us this year.”
Something new to the Relay is the Sheriff’s Office “Jail and Bail” available Saturday.
A person can pay to have someone at the Relay “locked up,” then the locked up person has to raise the same amount for bail to be released from jail (provided by Calfee’s on 64 Hwy.).
All proceeds from this event go to the Relay for Life for cancer research.
The Top 20 Most Wanted is a the Sheriff's Office Relay For Life team fundraiser those selected are as follows Allen Mincey, Beecher Hunter, Brendan Foley, Bruce Bradford, Christy Griffith, Colene Mercer, Dan and Janey Cooke, David and Paula Morfield, David Orr, Dewayne Belew, Dr, Krueger, Janice Baker, John Haile, Mayor Tom Rowland, Nancy Ragland, Robert Bradney, Shelli Cody, Susan Shelton, Theda Bramlett and Tracey Walker.