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DAILY LEADER / RHONDA DUNAWAY / King's Daughters Medical Center Foundation board member and volunteer for Tuesday's Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness luncheon, Kathy Walker, (front) honors breast cancer victims and survivors of the disease before balloons were released from the lawn of the Ole Towne Church.
DAILY LEADER / RHONDA DUNAWAY / King's Daughters Medical Center Foundation board member and volunteer for Tuesday's Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness luncheon, Kathy Walker, (front) honors breast cancer victims and survivors of the disease before balloons were released from the lawn of the Ole Towne Church.

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