The American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Craig begins at Moffat County High School. The walk lasted until 8 a.m. today, and attracted over 200 participants.
The group of cancer survivors attending the Craig Relay for Life begin their annual Survivor Lap, the first lap walked at each Relay for Life.
Derek Maiolo, left, Nicole Ferree, middle and Caitlin Harjes, all 16, skip to start their first lap of the 2012 Relay for Life in Craig. The three said they wanted to do relay to be supportive of the people and families that have to deal with cancer.
Caitlin Harjes sings the national anthem at the 2012 Craig Relay for Life.
More cancer survivors begin the Survivor Lap at the beginning of the 2012 Relay for Life.
Cancer survivors come down the home stretch to complete the survivor lap at the Craig Relay for Life.
Family members of cancer survivors, the “co-survivors” begin the second lap at the 2012 Relay for Life.
Cancer survivors participate in the co-survivors lap, holding signs to thank them for their help and support.
Co-survivors finish their lap at the 2012 Relay for Life in Craig, the second lap of the event.
The rest of the Craig Relay for Life participants begin their first lap around the track at Moffat County High School Friday evening.
A large group of walkers at the 2012 Relay for Life in Craig make their way around the track at Moffat County High School.
Justine Hathhorn, 19, walks down the home stretch to complete her first lap at the Relay For Life in Craig Friday. Hathhorn walked with a group of students from Colorado Northwestern Community College.
More walkers come down the final straightaway of their first lap at the Relay for Life in Craig.
The main group of participants in the 2012 Relay for Life in Craig close in on finishing a lap Friday evening.