This weekend Relay for Life Bermuda hosted their first in-person event since 2019.
The relay was held at the Flora Duffy National Stadium, from 6 pm on Friday, May 13 to 12 pm on Saturday, May 14. Presumably due to the Coronavirus, turnout for the event was quite lower
than in previous years.
One team who participated in the relay was the family members and friends of Cymai Weller, who tragically lost her life battling a rare form of Cancer back in 2018, at age 15.
Her mother, Cymone Weller, told TNN’s Trevor Lindsay that her daughter’s death turned her life completely upside down and that the only thing people can do is keep pushing on and help support families who are going through similar situations.
This was the second Relay for Life in which people came out to support Cymai’s life and legacy.
“ We’re all here to honor her legacy and to support all the Cancer survivors and caregivers that are here and ensure that everyone gets the support that they need, because our family definitely received the support that we needed when we needed it,” Ms. Weller said.
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