Doing their part to contribute to the Lynbrook Relay for
Life, kindergartners and their families rolled up their sleeves and slipped on
their sneakers to participate in their annual Mini Relay.
Families circled the
field outside the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center to raise money and awareness for the
American Cancer Society.
Children sold visors emblazoned with the words “Kids
at Heart.” They also sold sand-filled memorial bags decorated by the children
in honor of, or in memory of, family members who have suffered from cancer.
bags adorned the field for all to see as participants walked with hope for a
cancer-free future for all.
To show their solidarity, students also created a giant
“Kids at Heart” banner that featured the handprints of students in every
“The children and their families were very
proud to come together as a school to help fight cancer,” principal Ellen
Postman said. “It was a memorable experience for everyone involved.”