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We decided 12 months prior to attend the annual Relay for life. Within that 12 months my son’s Pop was diagnosed with prostate cancer. His grandmother continued her battle with breast cancer and then only 2 days before the relay he lost his beloved Pa to cancer.
Relay was a fantastic, supportive setting for the kids to express their grief, all while raising much neded funds for cancer research.
Photo taken at Cessnock, NSW Australia
Child aged 10 at time of photograph

Comments

  • wahumom
    wahumomover 5 years ago

    This is an awesome pic to post, and Relay for Life is fabulous! I am so glad that he did the relay…what an inspiration to kids out there!

  • Thank you Sheila. It was quite a significant day for the kids.

    – Rochelle Buckley

  • Rochelle Buckley
    Rochelle Buckleyover 5 years ago

    Thank you Sheila. It was quite a significant day for the kids.

  • Pamela Jayne Smith
    Pamela Jayne S...over 5 years ago

    beautiful smile, in such a sad time!

  • Thank you Pamela. Yes he does have a beautiful smile. I thought it was important to capture him smiing this day. I wish he could smile like this a bit more.

    – Rochelle Buckley

  • Rochelle Buckley
    Rochelle Buckleyover 5 years ago

    Thank you Pamela. Yes he does have a beautiful smile. I thought it was important to capture him smiing this day. I wish he could smile like this a bit more.

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