Lt. Terry Black's 2014 Dodge Charger has been wrapped in Relay for Life graphics to promote the May 13 event, which will take place at Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone. (Staff photo by Danny Harrison)
Fayette County’s Relay for Life fund raiser for American Cancer Society is about a month away, and the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office is showing its support in a “flashy” way, you might say.
Just over a week ago, the 2014 Dodge Charger patrol car driven by Lieutenant Terry Black was wrapped in a “Paint Your World Purple” graphic meant to draw attention to the May 13 event, which will take place at Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone.
As well, Relay for Life donations, which are tax deductible, can be made at the sheriff’s office on Johnson Avenue in Fayetteville, and purple bows are being offered for a suggested donation of $10.
Check out the Wednesday editions of Fayette County News and Today in Peachtree City for more information on Fayette County’s Relay for Life event.
Danny Harrison, a 1992 Fayette High School graduate, began his journalism career with Fayette County News in 1995. After taking several leaves of absence to pursue journalism and Christian ministry opportunities, including a few out of state and overseas, he returned full-time to Fayette County News in August 2014. Harrison earned a bachelor's degree in pastoral ministry in 2009 while serving as a missionary journalist in England and Western Europe.