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Published: 9/29/2013 - Updated: 9 months ago


Komen Northwest Ohio Race for the Cure

The Komen Northwest Ohio Race for the Cure lived up to its reputation of being anything but a typical road race on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013. That spirit of togetherness was felt in young and old. For many others, the race was a reminder of the inspiration that comes from grandmothers, spouses, and other loved ones in Heaven. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Walkers wait for the start of the Komen Race for the Cure downtown. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Walkers wait for the start of the Komen Race for the Cure downtown.
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Walkers participate at Promenade Park. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Walkers participate at Promenade Park.
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Laura Osborne wears a long list of people who have been or are battling cancer. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Laura Osborne wears a long list of people who have been or are battling cancer.
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Toledoan Teegan Smith, 9, holds a sign as he waits in the runners group. He is on the shoulders of his dad, Brent Smith. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledoan Teegan Smith, 9, holds a sign as he waits in the runners group. He is on the shoulders of his dad, Brent Smith.
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Terri Herrmann and daughter Shannon Herrmann, 12, of Sylvania listen to bag pipes. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Terri Herrmann and daughter Shannon Herrmann, 12, of Sylvania listen to bag pipes.
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Walkers participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Walkers participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
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Walkers participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Walkers participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
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Pink socks and shoes were favorite clothing items. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Pink socks and shoes were favorite clothing items.
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Survivors walk in the Survivor's Parade. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Survivors walk in the Survivor's Parade.
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The Survivor's Parade kicks off inside of Fifth Third Field. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Survivor's Parade kicks off inside of Fifth Third Field.
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Diana Hughes, left, and David Wiggins embrace runner DeLisa Jordan after Jordan completed the Race for the Cure. Jordan ran for her grandmother, Mary Love-Pittman, who died of breast cancer in 2002. Hughes also lost her husband to bladder cancer. She vowed to walk in the Komen Race next year too. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Diana Hughes, left, and David Wiggins embrace runner DeLisa Jordan after Jordan completed the Race for the Cure. Jordan ran ...
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