Community Relay for Life photo review - July 12, 2016 Nonnie’s Warriors Relay for Life team during the 2016 Tillamook County Relay for Life event over the weekend Teams are encouraged to have at least one member walking the track at all times during Relay for Life. Keeping with the “Wonderful World of Relay” Disney-theme, teams were encouraged to adopt various outfits to coincide with different hourly themes. Jessie the Cowgirl sported her costume for all of Relay. Relay for Life featured many families participating together, over the weekend. Tap dancers from Oregon Coast Dance Center. Student from Oregon Coast Dance Center performed during the 24-hour Relay for Life, on Saturday. Oregon Coast Dance Center choreographed dances to a candy theme. This duo were “Hot Tamales.” One of the performances from Oregon Coast Dance Center during Relay for Life was a ballet. Relay teams send one male representative, fully dressed as a woman, to help boost their earnings for a quick 15-minute contest. Mr. Relay contestants attempt to earn money for their teams by dressing as women. The youngest participant for the Mr. Relay event was a three-year-old boy, equipeed with a pair of princess mouse ears from Disneyland. The youngest participant runs to his mother, towards the end of the Mr. Relay contest. Once night fell, Relay for Life organizers lit luminaries that team members and guests decorated in honor of those fighting cancer and in memory of those who have died from the disease.