June 18th at Midale Central School was a day to go down in the books; absolutely amazing. The Relay for Life ran from 12 noon to 12 midnight with 6 survivors in attendance. The day was full of life entertainment from several local performers as well as an amazing headlining band “Old Skool” who volunteered their time to run the sound equipment the entire day! Survivor and teacher, Tammie Morrison biked all the way from Weyburn to Midale to lead the survivors in our opening lap. Survivor Jeanette McNalty also opened the day with a beautiful speech. The rain held off until after the very emotional Luminary ceremony. We must thank our volunteers who worked tirelessly all day to make the event a huge success. Thank you to all of those who helped rush the equipment inside during the rain as well! Lastly, this event wouldn’t have been possible without the dedicated group of students and staff who make up our Student Leadership Council in Midale. We have about 15 students who have dedicated countless hours all year to increase community involvement in Midale and wrapped up the year with this amazing Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life. We are proud to announce that our small town and even smaller K-12 school helped raise a grand total of over $22 000.00! Wow!