A Different Kind Of Healing

Thousands Attend Annual Relay Event

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Posted: May 4, 2013

Hundreds of survivors, supporters, caregivers and loved ones of those affected by cancer march during Friday’s 18th annual Relay for Life of Harrisonburg/Rockingham at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Mikayla Morton, 7, (center) marches with Cubs for a Cure on Friday during the Relay for Life at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. Morton acted as a caregiver for her mother, who battled cancer.
Luminaries lines the path of the 18th annual Relay for Life of Harrisonburg/Rockingham on Friday evening at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. Hundreds of cancer survivors, fighters, supporters and caregivers attended the event and walked to celebrate life.
Supporters of cancer survivors and those still battling the disease decorate luminaries to honor those who have lived and died during the 18th annual Relay for Life of Harrisonburg/Rockingham at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds on Friday.
Hundreds gather and listen as Michelle Branner chronicles her battle with cancer during the opening ceremony of the Relay for Life on Friday at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds.
HARRISONBURG — In 2001, Elkton resident Judy Kite received the news no woman wants to hear: She had breast cancer.
 
Telling her friends and family, including her two sons, was as draining…


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