They’re not pink flamingoes, but they may be just as bad or worse. To raise money for the American Cancer Society, New Directions Tanti Study Club Relay for LIfe team began placing toilets in people’s yards asking for a donation to ACS to remove the toilet. Relay for Life is a fund-raising event for the American Cancer Society in which teams take turns walking or running the track for 12 hours in an effort to fight cancer. The event takes place June 2 at the East Central University Track. It begins at 7 p.m. and continues until 7 a.m. June 3. The club’s goal is to raise more than $1,000 with their toilet project and to match funds with the money raised. The group charges a minimum donation of $10 to remove a toilet from a yard. For a donation of at least $20, a person could request the toilet be moved to a specific location, such as a friend or relative. For an additional $5, insurance can be purchased to insure the toilet doesn’t appear in a person’s yard more than once.