There Is Still Time To Register For Making Strides

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Updated: 10/17/2013 9:34 am
The American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k kicks off Saturday morning at Coldstream Park in Lexington.

This is the fifth annual Making Strides event for Lexington, which raises money for breast cancer research and support.

Survivors and supporters are encouraged to still sign up, or even just come out to cheer on the runners and walkers.

Registration starts at 8:30 am, with a Survivor Recognition Ceremony kicking off at 9:30. The actual walk begins at 10.

ABC 36's own Lauren Gawthrop will be emceeing the event. ABC 36 is a proud sponsor of Making Strides.

For more information, and to register, go here.
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