The Relay For Life began Saturday with cancer survivors walking the first lap, many holding the Relay For Life banner.
Clayton Earley, 2, grandson of Randy Riley, right, both cancer survivors, participate in the first lap of Relay For Life on Sunday.
Mitch’s Purple Posse walk in memory of Dennis “Mitch” Mitchell, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2012. The team has been walking since.
Jessie Siders, left, a cancer survivor, and Bonnie Doyle, right, an advocate for those afflicted with cancer, walk in the Relay For Life. Earlier, Siders said her heart sunk when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “Don’t wait ladies,” she said. “Go get that mammogram.”
Many people walk in the Relay For Life held Saturday at the J. W. Denver Williams Memorial Park in Wilmington.
Christy Johnson, Mary “Johnnie” Richardson and Barbara Multon all cancer survivors, walk together during Relay For Life.
Several survivors began the Relay For Life on Saturday.
Many teams participated in Saturday’s Relay for Life of Clinton County.