More than 300 people walked in this year's Warrick County Relay For Life at Castle High School.
39 teams were there, but the event was moved inside because of the threat of rain on Friday night.
Relay raised $88,000 last year, and the goal this year was $ 92,000.
An event called 10-10-10 started at 10:00 Friday night. Students from all three high schools stopped in to donate $10 to walk for 10 minutes.
Teams, like Alcoa, were there for the overnight activities.
"It means a lot. I've got a little girl and I try to be a good role model for the community. I think that's what Alcoa wants to do too, to be a good community member and to support our survivors at Alcoa," said Tamera Shivly with Team Alcoa.
The Relay Carnival started around midnight and activities lasted throughout the night.
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