Video – McClanathan wins Relay for Life basket

Drawing raises $330 for American Cancer Society

By Kevin Spradlin
PeeDeePost.com

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ROCKINGHAM — Bloddie McClanathan’s name was drawn by Hazel Tew, finance director, from nearly 400 tickets for the City of Rockingham’s Relay for Life basket drawing.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com And the winner is ... Bloddie McClanathan, of the Rockingham Police Department. The city of Rockingham's Relay for Life team held a drawing Friday for a basket of a variety of items, including bath and body soaps, lotions, a picture frame and a free oil change from Maness Tire & Automotive. McClanathan planned to raffle off the basket again within the police department. Friday's drawing raised $330 for the Relay for Life, which is set for May 30 at Cole Auditorium at Richmond Community College in Hamlet.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com
And the winner is … Bloddie McClanathan, of the Rockingham Police Department. The city of Rockingham’s Relay for Life team held a drawing Friday for a basket of a variety of items, including bath and body soaps, lotions, a picture frame and a free oil change from Maness Tire & Automotive.
McClanathan planned to raffle off the basket again within the police department. Friday’s drawing raised $330 for the Relay for Life, which is set for May 30 at Cole Auditorium at Richmond Community College in Hamlet.

McClanathan, a clerical worker for the Rockingham Police Department, told fellow employees that she planned to raffle off the basket again within the police department, proceeds from which would benefit Relay for Life.

The 2014 Richmond County Relay for Life event is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 30 at Cole Auditorium on the campus of Richmond Community College in Hamlet.

The city of Rockingham’s team is one of some three dozen registered with the American Cancer Society to participate. To date, 36 teams comprised of more than 600 participants have raised $31,735.37 for this year’s event.

 

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