Johnna Magyar, left, who has been battling cancer since 2001, and her sister Hope Rutter help raise money for Beallsville’s Rally for Life Saturday, May 12.Volunteers wash cars and sell baked goods to raise over $1,000 for Rally for Life in Beallsville Saturday, May 12. A Bucket Brigade held Friday, May 11, brought in an additional $2,500.Shirley Brown understands the importance of fundraising for cancer patients as she receives donations for Beallsville’s Rally for Life Bucket Brigade Saturday, May 12.

Filling the buckets and washing cars

Fundraising continues for Rally for Life

Shirley Brown is so passionate about helping cancer patients that she got choked up as she relayed why it was so important for her to be standing in the middle of the road in Beallsville with a collection bucket Friday, May 12.

“They were on the verge of losing their house,” she said of a family who had received money from Beallsville’s Rally for Life program, which was putting on the Bucket Brigade that day. “The payment was just enough to keep them going.” 

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