Making Strides Against Breast Cancer enjoys a leisurely stroll at FMCP
The walkers strolled around the state pavilion on their route around the entire park.
Debbie Tiller walks for her aunt Carole Smith, who has breast cancer.
Cancer survivor Jacqueline Evans walks with her son Edgar Hobbs.
A group of friends gathers for their first Cure for Breast Cancer Walk: Stella Newton, left, Laura Prendergast, Fran Shaw, Melissa Donegan, Sandy Cohen, Tricia Stewart, and Stephanie Stewart.
Fran Hicks, a 14-year cancer survivor, cuts the pink ribbon at the start of the walk. She was just one of many survivors to join in that day.
The day of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, a stroke of luck appeared in the form of a rainbow surrounding the Unisphere.
Cancer survivors line up to begin the walk, on their way to breaking records for total funds raised.
The record crowd of 15,000 topped previous figures for the borough, with nearly $1 million raised to help fund breast cancer research.
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