Relay for Life of Dubois County

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    Alvin Lampert of Celestine, center, danced with his wife, Carol, to his left, and Carol’s sister Linda McCollom of Birdseye to “The Chicken Dance” during Relay for Life of Dubois County on Friday in the Jasper Middle School gym. The Lamperts are both cancer survivors. The annual relay was held inside this year because of inclement weather. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Anna Grimes of English, left, and her daughter Marilyn Grubler of Jasper added beads to their strings to count the number of laps they had completed during Relay for Life of Dubois County on Friday in the Jasper Middle School gym. Grubler's daughter Tonya Hief has been battling Hodgkin lymphoma since October and received her last round of radiation treatment a week ago. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Nathan Keusch of Jasper, left, smiled as his son, Ian, 5, signed Nathan's T-shirt during Relay for Life of Dubois County at Jasper Middle School on Friday. Ian was diagnosed with cancer when he was 2 and has been in remission since a few months after his diagnosis. Ian's 2-year-old sister, Katelyn, is at right. Matthew Bush/The Herald

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    Cori Sturgeon of Dubois, second from right, dressed as a firefighter as she and Heather Choate of Birdseye, second from left, and Shea Fleck of Bretzville, third from left, practiced a dance before recording a Harlem Shake dance video during Relay for Life of Dubois County at Jasper Middle School on Friday. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Isabel Morrison of Huntingburg, 10, right, signed her name and wrote a message inside the Pink Heals firetruck that was parked outside Jasper Middle School during Relay for Life of Dubois County on Friday. Isabel's note read, "In loving memory of Mary Heim and Charlie Walk. You're loved and missed by all of your family." Heim and Walk were friends of Isabel and her family; they both died of cancer. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Carson Bauer of Jasper, 7, left, checked his face paint in a mirror as his brother Ethan, 5, received the same paw print on his cheek from Ashley Anderson of Jasper during Relay for Life of Dubois County at Jasper Middle School on Friday. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Rebecca Thorpe of Jasper threw away a coffee packet after brewing herself a cup of coffee with a machine that she brought with her to Relay for Life of Dubois County at the Jasper Middle School on Friday. Thorpe was on a team in honor of Tonya Hief of Jasper, who is recovering from Hodgkin lymphoma. Thorpe said she needed the coffee to stay awake all night for the relay. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Melba Hanselman of Huntingburg, top left, her daughter Tammy Hanselman of Huntingburg and Ann Shappard of Jasper, all members of the Relay for Life of Dubois County committee, helped put up balloons during the event Friday in the Jasper Middle School gym. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Sharon Stout of Schnellville, second from right, hugged her daughter Sami, 11, as they stood together before the farmers lap during Relay for Life of Dubois County on Friday at Jasper Middle School. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Kendra Luttrell, 13, third from right, her father, Jeremy, and her brother Kaden, 8, all pulled together at a frozen T-shirt to try to unwrap it as part of the festivities during Relay for Life of Dubois County on Friday at Jasper Middle School. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Barbara Hemp of Georgetown, left, Gwen Boeglin of Ferdinand and Brooke Uebelhor of Jasper participated in the luminaria ceremony of Relay for Life of Dubois County on Friday in the Jasper Middle School gym. The women lit up bags with glow sticks to honor their friends and family members who have died from cancer. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Stan Sturgeon of Dubois, left, his daughter Kristi Cottom of Dubois, Brad Ahrens of Jasper and his wife, Sharla, listened for the names of friends and family members being read during the luminaria ceremony Friday night in the Jasper Middle School gymnasium during the Relay for Life of Dubois County. The luminaries, in honor and memory of people with cancer, were lit up with glow sticks. Matthew Busch/The Herald