Participants in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life at Brunswick High School parade around the school track on Friday, May 17, showing their determination to wipe out cancer. The overnight fundraiser was filled with honors for cancer victims and caregivers, and helped mark the society's 100th anniversary year.
Some of the hundreds of luminaria that lined the Brunswick High School track before being lit in honor of cancer victims at the annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life on Friday, May 17.
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