Gov’t Official to Get Pie in the Face at Relay

Renee Morris and Carol Floyd

During the Relay for Life on May 13th, one unlucky local government official will be getting a pie in the face as a way to help fund raise for the relay.  Sponsored by Farmers Bank and Capital Trust, “Smash Cancer in the Face” is pitting four officials, Judge Executive Orbrey Gritton, County Clerk Jason Denny, Sheriff Troy Young, and City Attorney Robert Myles, in a four way race to see who will get the pie in the face.

Originally thought up by Jan Sexton but now headed by Renee Morris from Farmers Bank, the two bank branches in Lawrenceburg have featured donation buckets with photos of the officials.  At the relay, the donations will be counted and whichever bucket that has the most donations will be the unfortunate winner.  Then, in front of the stage and the thousands of attendees at the Lawrenceburg Green, that one not so lucky official will get a pie in the face.

In support of the relay, the bank branches are also selling cancer awareness bracelets and pins and also raffling a relay basket full of items including a gift card to Casa Bonita and a free manicure by NY Nails.  “Farmer’s bank has always worked really hard to support the Relay for Life,” Renee said.

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