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Bath Mayor Donald Wunderler, left, and Northampton Mayor Thomas Reenock chat with a Relay for Life participant Saturday at Whitehall High School. Wunderler and Reenock joined mayors from Coplay, Whitehall and North Catasauqua in proclaiming June 22-23 as Relay for Life weekend before walking a lap on the track in support of those dealing with cancer. Mayors from Catasauqua and Allentown also made proclamations but were unable to attend the ceremony. See more photos on page 5. PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK Bath Mayor Donald Wunderler, left, and Northampton Mayor Thomas Reenock chat with a Relay for Life participant Saturday at Whitehall High School. Wunderler and Reenock joined mayors from Coplay, Whitehall and North Catasauqua in proclaiming June 22-23 as Relay for Life weekend before walking a lap on the track in support of those dealing with cancer. Mayors from Catasauqua and Allentown also made proclamations but were unable to attend the ceremony. See more photos on page 5. PRESS PHOTO BY MARK RECCEK
PRESS PHOTO BY JOHANNA S. BILLINGS Four bagpipers lead a procession around the track during the luminaria ceremony at Relay for Life Saturday night. The ceremony, meant to honor and remember those who died from cancer, was one of many activities that took place over a 24-hour period at the Whitehall High School stadium. PRESS PHOTO BY JOHANNA S. BILLINGS Four bagpipers lead a procession around the track during the luminaria ceremony at Relay for Life Saturday night. The ceremony, meant to honor and remember those who died from cancer, was one of many activities that took place over a 24-hour period at the Whitehall High School stadium.
PRESS PHOTO BY KAYLEIGH BILLINGS Participants in the local Relay for Life walk the track and enjoy activities set up in tents around the track. Relay Chairperson Shari Noctor said the event surpassed its goal of raising $60,000. WIth donations still coming in, the figure will top $67,500. PRESS PHOTO BY KAYLEIGH BILLINGS Participants in the local Relay for Life walk the track and enjoy activities set up in tents around the track. Relay Chairperson Shari Noctor said the event surpassed its goal of raising $60,000. WIth donations still coming in, the figure will top $67,500.

For hope and a cure

Thursday, June 27, 2013 by The Press in Local News