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Seen on Scene: At the Relay for Life of Boulder City’s Paint the Town Purple scavenger hunt

Several teams were racing through Boulder City on Saturday as they gathered an assortment of goodies while participating in the Relay For Life of Boulder City’s Paint the Town Purple scavenger hunt.

In addition to visiting local businesses to gather items such as business cards, coupons and various gifts, the team members tied purple ribbons on various objects to help raise awareness of the April 29-30 Relay For Life, which raises funds to provide support services for those fighting cancer, their caregivers and survivors.

The relay is scheduled for 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. on the track at Boulder City High School.

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