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Community walk to raise awareness about breast cancer

By Venus Popplewell

COLUMBIA, KY - LWC Relay for Life will organize a community walk on Saturday, October 22, 2016, to raise awareness about breast cancer.

The walk will begin at the Doris and Bob Holloway Health & Wellness Center, 299 Williams Street, and will conclude at Blue Raider Stadium, 928 Russell Road, Columbia, KY.

The event, which is free and open to the public, includes a free t-shirt for participants and free admission to the LWC vs. Reinhardt (GA) University football game that begins at 1pmCT.

Breast cancer survivors will be recognized during the game.

For more information or to register contact Holloway Health & Wellness Center director Abe Cross at crossa@lindsey.edu or Peggy Lawson at 270-634-2882.



This story was posted on 2016-10-18 15:57:16
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Community walks, raising awareness about breast cancer



2016-10-24 - Holloway Wellness Center at Lindsey Wilson College - Photo by Linda Waggener, columbiamagazine.com photo.
Lindsey Wilson College fundraiser walk for the American Cancer Society was held October 22, 2016, to raise awareness about breast cancer. The walk began at the Holloway Wellness Center and ended at Blue Raider Stadium. The event included a free t-shirt for participants and free admission to the LWC vs. Reinhardt (GA) University football game afterward. The cancer survivors recognized during the game were: Karen Douglas, Jo Greene, Tera Knight, Michelle Larimore, Fredia Melton and Kimberly Gutelius. Joining them on the walk were: Dean Adams, Valerie Adams, Mackenzie Beaudrie, Madison Bell, Chase Bowling, Mike Brosenne, Thomas Buckman, Sandy Coffey, Beth Cowan, Gale Cowan, Emily Cross, Abe Cross, Garry Dukes, Haley Dukes, Sherry Dukes, Courtney Evans, Kayden Greene, VaSaad Greer, Kayla Haubner, Crystal Hodges, Talia Johnson, Allison Jones, Peta Kimber, Bethany Kreutzer, Peggy Lawson, Kaitlyn Lyczkowski, Derek Lyons, Doug Melton, Alexis Messer, Amanda Messer, Aubrie Messer, Lindsey Mitchell, Anna Murrell, Lexi Phipps, Cortney Sandlin, Ann Smith, Carrieann Smith, Brooklyn Stevens, Hailey Taylor, Nancy Taylor, Coyana White and Jodeen Whyte.

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