Saturday Apr 28 2012 comments Relay for Life of Roseville carries on for 24 hours By: Photos by Anne Stokes, special to The Press Tribune -A +A Buy This Photo Now Survivors Jerry Everhart, left, and Karen Spangenberg volunteer their time to help the Relay for Life run smoothly. Luminarias line the track at Woodcreek High School in honor and support of lives touched by cancer. Shelli Linsenbach of Roseville, and daughter Elizabeth, age 11, who was walking with Buljan Middle School, search for their loved one's luminary. Relay committee member Diane Kidwell relaxes with Kris Highbaugh of Roseville in the luxurious Pink Patrol tent. Highbaugh was there in honor of her brother, mother, and father. Relay committee member Diane Kidwell gets a lift (for $1) from Devin Mattix, age 11, of Roseville, with the Diamond Creek 5th Graders. Kalani Favors, 6, of Roseville gets "tattooed" by Marsha Grove, of Roseville who was there walking with team "Camp Find a Cure." Dan Mayer, left, and mother Shirley Mayer sell raffle tickets to Mark Nelson of Roseville, to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The Mayers were there in honor of patriarch Jerry Mayer, on what would have been Shirley and Jerry's 50th Wedding anniversary. Survivor Bailey Townsend, age 9, of Rocklin, sells bubbles to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Jami Allen of Rocklin sets up tents in the afternoon in preparation of her family team's overnight stay. Emma Smith, left, and Madison Abel, both 12, of Roseville count off their laps with colorful clips. "O'vary Silent" teammembers walk together. "Cancer Comes in All Colors" Diane Turner of Roseville walks with her group "O'vary Silent" to raise awareness of ovarian cancer.