Walking for a good cause



Bags lined the track course in memory and honor of cancer patients.
“We remember you. We remember your fight and we appreciate your fight and you give us hope and courage,” Sarah Dickens the Community Manager with the American Cancer Society.

… “No individual is diagnosed with cancer. This is certainly a family disease. It affects everyone and just seeing the community and outpouring. It’s just overwhelming as a survivor,” Deans.

… The proceeds collected by this weekend’s events will go toward cancer research and education. If you’re interested to attend one of the Relay for Life events you can log onto www.cancer.org and type in your zip code.

The next Relay for life will be at Kinston High School and Farmville Central High School on May 12th and 13th.

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