Last updated: August 24. 2013 9:19PM - 1284 Views
By - dbroyles@civitasmedia.com



Cancer Support Group volunteer Carolyn Largen, who is a 24-year cancer survivor, compares a Relay for Life shirt from 2000 to others placed on tables in Pages Books & Coffee in downtown Mount Airy. Largen said she thought it would not only remind civic-minded people about the Sept. 7 fundraiser but make a personal connection with visitors because it is a national event. The shirts are from her collection and adorn 14 tables.
Cancer Support Group volunteer Carolyn Largen, who is a 24-year cancer survivor, compares a Relay for Life shirt from 2000 to others placed on tables in Pages Books & Coffee in downtown Mount Airy. Largen said she thought it would not only remind civic-minded people about the Sept. 7 fundraiser but make a personal connection with visitors because it is a national event. The shirts are from her collection and adorn 14 tables.
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Cancer Support Group volunteer Carolyn Largen, who is a 24-year cancer survivor, compares a Relay for Life shirt from 2000 to others placed on tables in Pages Books & Coffee in downtown Mount Airy. Largen said she thought it would not only remind civic-minded people about the Sept. 7 fundraiser but make a personal connection with visitors because it is a national event. The shirts are from her collection and adorn 14 tables.

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