Walking for a cure


Breast cancer survivors, led by Marilyn Higginbotham, pictured in front, prepare to cut the ribbon on the annual Walk for Women held last weekend.

Breast cancer survivors, led by Marilyn Higginbotham, pictured in front, prepare to cut the ribbon on the annual Walk for Women held last weekend.


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Brooke Price, pictured singing, performs several inspiration songs prior to the Walk for Women as walkers register.


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Volunteers from the Mason County Health Department prepare a free breakfast for participants in the Walk for Women. The heath department supports the walk each year.


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Breast cancer survivor Vanda Dabney tells her story of survival to those gathered at the Walk for Women.


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Members of the Mason County Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs, pictured, attend the Walk for Women. CEOS members started the walk, with this year’s event being the seventh annual Walk for Women.


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Breast cancer survivors, led by Marilyn Higginbotham, pictured in front, prepare to cut the ribbon on the annual Walk for Women held last weekend.

Brooke Price, pictured singing, performs several inspiration songs prior to the Walk for Women as walkers register.

Volunteers from the Mason County Health Department prepare a free breakfast for participants in the Walk for Women. The heath department supports the walk each year.

Breast cancer survivor Vanda Dabney tells her story of survival to those gathered at the Walk for Women.

Members of the Mason County Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs, pictured, attend the Walk for Women. CEOS members started the walk, with this year’s event being the seventh annual Walk for Women.

Breast cancer survivors, led by Marilyn Higginbotham, pictured in front, prepare to cut the ribbon on the annual Walk for Women held last weekend.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Walk-5.jpgBreast cancer survivors, led by Marilyn Higginbotham, pictured in front, prepare to cut the ribbon on the annual Walk for Women held last weekend. Beth Sergent/Register

Brooke Price, pictured singing, performs several inspiration songs prior to the Walk for Women as walkers register.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Walk-1.jpgBrooke Price, pictured singing, performs several inspiration songs prior to the Walk for Women as walkers register. Beth Sergent/Register

Volunteers from the Mason County Health Department prepare a free breakfast for participants in the Walk for Women. The heath department supports the walk each year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Walk-2.jpgVolunteers from the Mason County Health Department prepare a free breakfast for participants in the Walk for Women. The heath department supports the walk each year. Beth Sergent/Register

Breast cancer survivor Vanda Dabney tells her story of survival to those gathered at the Walk for Women.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Walk-3.jpgBreast cancer survivor Vanda Dabney tells her story of survival to those gathered at the Walk for Women. Beth Sergent/Register

Members of the Mason County Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs, pictured, attend the Walk for Women. CEOS members started the walk, with this year’s event being the seventh annual Walk for Women.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Walk-4.jpgMembers of the Mason County Community Educational Outreach Service Clubs, pictured, attend the Walk for Women. CEOS members started the walk, with this year’s event being the seventh annual Walk for Women. Beth Sergent/Register