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CANSA Relay For Life Walk At Kumba Skate Plaza

The Kumba Skate Plaza was proud to serve as the venue for the CANSA Kimberley Relay For Life Walk for the second year in a row and welcomed huge crowds from all over the community to support cancer survivors and raise money for cancer awareness, research, and treatment. The local skaters from the Kumba Skate Plaza even got together to assemble a team and show support for the cause!

Check out some photos from the event here.

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Team Kumba Skate Plaza was there to represent.

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The cancer survivors take a lap while the community stands on the sidelines in full support.

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The Kimberley High School girls were keeping the energy levels at 110%.

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Selfies, and plenty of them.

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Siphiwe.

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Wesley, branded.

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“Sorry, mom.”

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Hope.

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Heads as far as the eye could see. So much support from the local community for the Relay For Life walk.

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The band was in.

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Local schools were jamming some pretty awesome African tunes.

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Team KDC spotted on the track.

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Boitsheop was brave enough to donate some blood.

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This little girl had the crowd going mad over her dance routine.

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Hip hop dancing is huge in Kimberley and several groups were out to do their thing for the crowd.

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The CANSA Relay For Life walk is probably the most people we’ve seen on the street course outside of the KDC concert. What an overwhelming amount of support from the community.

Photos: Mike Chinner

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