Bud Detrick is a cancer survivor of 50 years.
Kathy Adams (center), Honorary Chair of the Wyalusing Relay for Life, tries to get the words out on an emotional day as daughter, Brooke Hatton (left), provides moral support and Jan Bouse-Stoddard holds the mike.
The Adams family and friends lead the Survivors Walk.
Joan DeGaramo sings a hopeful song during the Survivors Walk.
The Rev. Dick Iseminger gets an assist from daughter, Nancy.
Justin Crawford plays "Amazing Grace" on the bagpipes.
Lori Keeney (left), a cancer survivor, says her mom, Marilyn Huffman, was always there for her.
Kathy and Steve Adams at the Wyalusing Relay for Life.
Maxine Bendock with her mother, Helen Newhart, 88, who called her every morning to say, "I love you," during her treatments.
Marie Wilbur is a cancer survivor of three months.
Sisters, Sue Fenton (left) and Amy Huffman (right), had a busy 24 hours as co-chair and chair of the event.
Survivors take a lap Saturday evening, June 12.
Maxine Bendock and Tom Miller are visions in yellow.
The Barto Bunch took the prize as having the best campsite.
Angels Among Us.
Arrow United was second among the business teams in pledges collected, but only two of the team members were there for the opening.
C&N Bank called themselves "Sammy's Lifesavers."
The Cargill Moo Crew.
Calvary Chapel showed up in force for the start.
Meet the Dream Team.
The theme was "Happy Birthday" and the family is the Latinis.
Clowning for a Cure is worth a smile.
The Wyalusing Leo Club brought four teams.
That's Grammy's Gang, but Grammy—Jan Bouse-Stoddard—was still working at the beauty shop.
Wyalusing Leos—Sweet 16.
Wyalusing Leos—Party Crashers.
They represent the Lollipop Guild.
Wyalusing Leos—Teenie Queenies.
The Retreads are retired teachers.