At the Relay for Life team wrap-up meeting Tuesday night several teams were recognized for their outstanding efforts during the recent Relay for Life of Bradley County to benefit the American Cancer Society. According to local Relay co-chairs Shelli and Robbie Cody, almost $175,000 has been raised thus far. Several major events are planned for the coming months including “Bark for Life” Sunday afternoon, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., at Stuart Elementary School and two showings of Cumberland County Playhouse’s “Smoke on the Mountain” on Aug. 19 at First Baptist Church of Cleveland. Award winners, from left front, include Glenda Scoggins with Team Relentless recognized for most money raised by a non-corporate team; Janice Baker and Heidi Hughes representing Arch Chemicals and Walker Valley High School recognized for the most creative campsite and the best tasting food (taters-n-onions); Liz Wilcox and Tonya Gentry with Excellence of Hope received the most money raised by a new team; back, Nancy Ragland with Surviving with Sheila received the best campsite award for display of the ACS mission statement as well as the Team Spirit award; Jenni Giannourakis representing Life Care Centers of America was recognized for the most money raised by a corporate team and the best campsite award for best use of theme; David Orr with Cleveland Utilities accepted the best overall Relay theme T-shirt design; Stephanie Painter with Oak Grove School accepted the most money raised by a school; and Barbara Mullins with Blue Ridge Medical Oncology accepted the award for the most creative T-shirt design. Not pictured is Clingan Ridge Baptist Church who received awards for the most money raised by a church as well as the best overall food (barbecue); United Steelworkers at Bowater received the award for the most unique food (deep fried Oreo balls); and Amedisys Home Health Care for best T-shirt display of ACS mission statement.