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Pictures And Video From The Calhoun County Relay For Life 2018

Last Friday, many people came out to Oxford High School to help beat cancer!  Relay For Life Calhoun County featured many people and organizations donating funds and raising awareness to help defeat […]

Come Out To The Calhoun County Relay For Life 2018

On Friday May 4th, the Calhoun County Relay For Life is taking place at Oxford High School at the football stadium.  The event has set up during the day, and things will […]

Pictures From The Calhoun County Relay For Life 2016

Last May, many people came out to Oxford High School to help beat cancer!  Relay For Life Calhoun County featured many people and organizations donating funds and raising awareness to help defeat […]

Pictures And Video From The Calhoun County Relay For Life 2015

Last Friday, many people came out to Oxford High School to help beat cancer!  Relay For Life Calhoun County featured many people and organizations donating funds and raising awareness to help defeat […]

Come Out To The Calhoun County Relay For Life 2015 Tonight

Tonight, the Calhoun County Relay For Life is taking place at a new location, Oxford High School at the football stadium.  The event has set up during the day, and things will […]

Learn More About The Michelle Melanoma Army

I got a message on the Geek Alabama Facebook page, and I thought it was a good thing to share!  Michelle Deese Bain lives in Anniston and is active in community theatre, Relay […]

1 Day Left Until Christmas 2014 – It’s Christmas Eve!

1 Day Left Until Christmas 2014 At The North Pole: Santa Claus and his reindeer are now in the sky!  Elves at the North Pole are tracking Santa’s sleigh from a tracking […]

Sunday Discussion: Greg Forbes Cancer Diagnosis / How To Prevent And Be Checked For Cancer

Last week, a popular figure on The Weather Channel announced that he was diagnosed with colon cancer.  Dr. Greg Forbes went into his yearly physical and the doctors found his iron level was […]

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