Signs of encouragement were posted for walk participants. Money raised will go toward cancer research and providing services to cancer patients.
North Augusta residents Kristen Learnard (from left), Stacey Fields and Christie Rangel participated in the Relay for Life walk for friend Laura Murphy, a teacher who recently was diagnosed with Lymphoma.
Supporters cheer on cancer survivors who made the first lap around the high school track. The fundraiser to fight cancer started Friday at North Augusta High School and ends this morning.
A purple-painted toilet was on display during the Relay For Life Walk in the stadium of North Augusta High School.
A group of cancer survivors lead the first lap as bystanders cheer during a Relay For Life walk in North Augusta.
A group of women carry a banner for the first lap-- the cancer survivor lap--during a Relay For Life walk.
Hannah Chastain (left), 5-years-old from North Augusta, bounces in the play house, calling for mom Donna Chastain's attention as Tyeshia Hillary (right), 16-years-old from North Augusta, mans the entrance.