Calhoun cancer survivors marching
in the battle against cancer

Calhoun's Relay For Life was held Saturday at Wayne Underwood Field, a way of recognizing loved ones who are surviving cancer, remembering those who have lost the battle and raising money for a cure for cancer.

This year's event was described as "small in numbers, bur great in spirit."

The opening ceremony at Wayne Underwood Field

Some cancer survivors who helped with the event

Clownin' around for the judges

Climbing wall provided by WV National Guard; Pete
Trippett poses before the Bosom Buddies Relay
for Life team's "Lights, Camera, Cure" back drop

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