Correctional Training Facility donates over $6,000 to local Relay for Life event

Relay for Life received $6,000 from the Correctional Training Facility staff and an inmates.

Relay for Life received $6,000 from the Correctional Training Facility staff and an inmates.

By Lt. Roland Ramon, A.A., Public Information Officer
Correctional Training Facility

For the last seven years, the Correctional Training Facility’s (CTF) Relay for Life team has partnered with the American Cancer Society in the fight against cancer.

Through various fundraising efforts, CTF staff were able to raise nearly $4,000 along with raising awareness of this worthwhile cause.

Inmates from CTF’s Facility A and B Inmate Leisure Time Activity Group (ILTAG), LifeCycle, also donated over $2,000 from their annual food sale to support the CTF Relay for Life team.

This was LifeCycle’s second year contributing to CTF Relay for Life.

 

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1 Response

  1. Francine Monday, September 29, 2014 / 4:32 pm

    Captain K. Hoffman (Facility B) always works the hardest to make sure this event is a success year after year!

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