Enumclaw Relay for Life carrys on the fight | Slideshow

Relay for Life came to Enumclaw Saturday and Sunday at the J. J. Smith track and field area.

Joanne Young  who participate in the Relay for Life and works with the American Cancer Society said, "This is amazing. This community raises more money than Bellevue. The people need to know how amazing they are. The sponsors, the stores, so many donated."

Young said she got started because of her son, Enumclaw Police Officer Dustin Lobdell, had a team  called the "Lawdogs."

Lobdell also helps raise money though the 'Boots and Badges" charity basketball game between the firefighters and police.

My daughter also has a team," Young said. "Everyone is intertwined."






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