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Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseCelebrating the hope for a cure, members of team Rax Restaurant, had a romantic Paris theme to their booth offering kisses for a donation during Harlan County's 2014 Relay For Life event held at Huff Park on Friday and Saturday. Pictured are, from left, front row: Emily Blackburn, 16, and Kenzie Lankford, 16, both of Harlan; back row: Lauren Taylor, 19, and Taylor Lankford, 20, both of Loyall.
Nola Sizemore|Daily EnterpriseCelebrating the hope for a cure, members of team Rax Restaurant, had a romantic Paris theme to their booth offering kisses for a donation during Harlan County's 2014 Relay For Life event held at Huff Park on Friday and Saturday. Pictured are, from left, front row: Emily Blackburn, 16, and Kenzie Lankford, 16, both of Harlan; back row: Lauren Taylor, 19, and Taylor Lankford, 20, both of Loyall.
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Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise


Celebrating the hope for a cure, members of team Rax Restaurant, had a romantic Paris theme to their booth offering kisses for a donation during Harlan County’s 2014 Relay For Life event held at Huff Park on Friday and Saturday. Pictured are, from left, front row: Emily Blackburn, 16, and Kenzie Lankford, 16, both of Harlan; back row: Lauren Taylor, 19, and Taylor Lankford, 20, both of Loyall.


Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise


Cancer survivor Margaret Yost, of Catrons Creek, was the guest speaker at this year’s Relay For Life event. Saying a special prayer for his mother is Tim Yost, of Harlan, and his daughter, Clarissa, 4.


Mark Bell|Daily Enterprise


Cancer survivors take their first lap at Friday’s Relay for Life.


 
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