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Thousands turned out Sunday for the 12th Annual "Heaven Can Wait" Walk and Run to fight breast cancer. Breast cancer survivor and race founder, Charlene Lavesque says it was a sea of pink: “Everybody wants to be a part of this, from sponsors, participants, volunteers. We never have problems getting volunteers; they just show up.” The first year, 250 showed up. This year more than 4000 are running and walking for a cure. Over the last twelve years, $750,000 has been raised. The proceeds go to Sara's Project, a program that funds cancer research and provides free mammograms and breast health education.

 

 

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