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Please continue to help us spread the word about our Relay for Life Quilt. It is our BIG fundraiser this year for our Relay team. The quilt will be given away May 2nd at Relay for Life Jackson County at the Veteran's Fairgrounds in Scottsboro. You DO NOT have to be present to win. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5. Checks should be made out to the American Cancer Society OR to Skyline School.
Checks can be mailed to Skyline High School Attn. Deborah Helms, Sponsor
Attached is a picture of the quilt which is on display in the Skyline Home Ec. department. The quilt was made by 20 Skyline Fashion students under the direction of Mrs. Jimmy Ruth Rousseau and myself. Each block represents a cancer awareness color and is signed by the student who made it. It was hand quilted by Ms. Evelyn West. 
If you are out of the state you can still order tickets. If you win we will ship the quilt to you free of charge!

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