Border Relay For Life this weekend, October 26 and 27, comprises 24 hours, but one young team will be busy longer than that.
The 37 Army Cadet Unit will be represented by about 35 members aged between 13 and 19 years.
Since 2013 the unit has been supporting the relay organising committee before, during and after the event.
The cadets help to set up infrastructure beforehand and assist community teams in putting up tents.
As well as actively participate in the walk, they manage waste during the relay and then help pack up and clean the site.
Officer Commanding Captain Dale Manley said 37 ACU, part of national youth development organisation Australian Army Cadets, was proud to assist the Border Relay For Life committee in making the event such a continued success story.
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"The benefits of volunteering for the cadets are both personal and social, and include strengthening social relationships, developing skills, contributing to community and 'making a difference'," he said.