PHOTOS: Shelton’s Echo Hose Auxiliary members join Relay for Life cause

Echo Hose Fire Auxiliary members, from left, Kristen Ostrowski, Jane Kunkel, Christine Hoffman, Alyssa Wood and Trish Van Wart sell Echo Hose and cancer-awareness clothing and related items at the Relay for Life on Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park (The Riverwalk) in Shelton. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

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Ostrowski was co-chairman of the event with Jason Carlucci. They have worked together for several years to organize the event, but are stepping down from their leadership posts after this year’s event.

Brain cancer survivor Stasiu Gucwa, 21, and his mom Teresa Gucwa, both of Shelton, pose with a “Bubba’s Buddies” camouflage shirt being sold at the event. Stasiu’s nickname is Bubba.

Brain cancer survivor Stasiu Gucwa, 21, and his mom Teresa Gucwa, both of Shelton, pose with a “Bubba’s Buddies” camouflage shirt being sold at the event. Stasiu’s nickname is Bubba.

The 2015 Relay attracted 34 teams and almost 400 participants, raising money for the American Cancer Society.

Look for more photos from the Relay for Life of the Naugatuck Valley on this website in the coming days. A story on the event will appear in the June 18 Shelton Herald print edition.

 

Participants at the Relay for Life opening ceremony.

Participants at the Relay for Life opening ceremony.

 Click below to see more Relay for Life photos:

https://www.sheltonherald.com/71955/shelton-company-participates-in-relay-for-life-to-help-others

 

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