Relay for Life of Dubois County

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    Sam Wendholt of Bretzville, 16, left, Grant Winkler of Ferdinand, 16, Diane Durcholz of St. Anthony, 16, Morgan Wessel of Ferdinand, 16, and Brook Altmann of Ferdinand, 16, tried walking in sync while circling the track at Jasper Middle School early Saturday morning during Relay for Life of Dubois County. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Wilma Wendholt, left, laughed with sister-in-law Danette Wendholt, both of St. Anthony, as they prepared for a lap in which walkers sported crazy hair. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Rangers for Courage team members Kade Boeglin, 15, left, Brook Altmann, 16, Emily Nord, 15, Grant Winkler, 16, Miranda Lindauer, 16, and Jenna Libbert, 16, all of Ferdinand, raced to untie frozen T-shirts during an after-midnight competition Saturday morning at Relay for Life of Dubois County at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Darby Patton of Jasper, 11, passed idle time by blowing bubbles Saturday morning during the Relay for Life of Dubois County at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Christopher Wilson of Dubois, right, Cory Mueth of Jasper and Jessica Corbett of Huntingburg wrestled inflatable alligators near midnight. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Wesley Stout of Schnellville, 11, took time to rest his tired feet on the swing set at Relay for Life of Dubois County on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Stout lit a tiki torch in memory of his late friend Paul Fischer who passed away from cancer in February 2013. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Emma Woolsey of Holland, 9, fixed her hair for the crazy hair lap competition at Relay for Life on Friday at Jasper Middle School. Woolsey had nine headbands to complete her look. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Brook Altmann, left, and Morgan Wessel, both 16 and of Ferdinand, squeezed tennis balls between their legs while playing a relay game called "Deliver the Fool's Gold" during the early morning hours at Relay for Life o on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Diane Durcholz of Saint Anthony, 16, left, Kennedy Rainey of Ferdinand, 17, Morgan Wessel of Ferdinand, 16, Grant Winkler of Ferdinand, 16, Sam Wendholt of Bretzville, 16, and Kade Boeglin of Ferdinand, 15, attempted the can-can while making laps during the early morning hours at Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    After a night of walking, Grant Winkler of Ferdinand, 16, screeched out a rooster call at day break during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Diane O'Keefe of Jasper delivered coffee to relay participants after an early morning run during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Sami Stout of Schnellville, 12, right, showed off a beetle that landed on her blanket while walking laps with her mother, Sharon, Shelby Hanna of Jasper, 10, and Morgan Greulich of Ferdinand, 12, during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Tyan Mullen of Jasper donned a colorful bear snuggie during the pajama lap at Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Emily Nord of Ferdinand, 15, second from left, tucked in teammate Grant Winkler of Ferdinand, 16, as they and Kennedy Rainey of Ferdinand, 17, right, took a break from walking early-morning laps. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    At dawn, Breanne Werner, left, Brook Altmann, both 16 and of Ferdinand, and Tyan Mullen of Jasper lined up for the pajama contest during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Julia Balbach of Evansville joked with Wilma Wendholt of Saint Anthony and her granddaughter Jordan Seherzer of Tell City, 6, as they continued walking laps during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Mallory Dale of Ferdinand, 16, held out a paper to collect stickers during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. The stickers were used to collect dye for tie-dying t-shirts during the closing ceremony. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Carol Stemle of Schnellville, left, and Georgia Rahman of Ferdinand played 'Flamingo Toss' during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Dylan Greulich of Ferdinand, 15, collected a bead for each lap walked during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. He collected more than 90 beads and walked over 20 miles. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Wesley Stout of Schnellville, 11, sucked up M&Ms with a straw during a game called "The Many Colors of the Rainbow" during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Kelli Horn of Huntingburg, 10, sucked up M&Ms with a straw during a game called "The Many Colors of the Rainbow" during Relay for Life on Saturday at Jasper Middle School. Rachel Mummey/The Herald