Newcomerstown Mayor Steven Guy welcomed the community to the 2011 Newcomerstown Relay For Life.

Cancer survivors are the most important aspect of the Relay For Life. At the Newcomerstown event last Friday evening, survivors are what started the Relay events. Survivors walked one way around the track and their caregivers walked the other way around the track and they met in the middle.

More than ?? cancer survivors participated in the Newcomerstown Relay For Life events, June 17-18.

The Arch's Army Relay For Life conducted a car, truck and motorcycle show as part of the team's fund-raiser during the Newcomerstown Relay For Life.

Eight-year old Ryan Miller was "jailed" as one of the fund-raising events during the Newcomerstown Relay For Life.

The Jordan's Tire Relay For Life Team used monkeys as their team's mascot. Their theme was "Don't let cancer be a monkey on your back."

Cancer survivor and Relay For Life Princess Hope Glazer goes down the slide at the bounce castle fund-raiser site.

2011 Newcomerstown High School graduate Chelsea Fenton sits high atop the dunk tank at the Newcomerstown Relay For Life.

Money collectors at the Newcomerstown Relay For Life included, l to r, Jennifer Arden and Shelley Cline.

Loverne Marlatt, who dressed as "Linda the Good Witch," was one of the participants in this year's Miss Relay contest. Here, he is interviewed by emcee Anthony.

Baker's IGA Manager Roger Seitz won the 2011 Miss Relay contest. His -- or her name as the case may be -- was "Never Do This Again." He raised more than $700 alone by wearing that outfit. Here, he is interviewed by emcee Anthony.