Gwen Green, left, co-chairman of Johnston County Relay for Life, presents a certificate to Tina Mills, co-captain of GG’s Kancer Kickers, the team that raised the most money in this year’s relay.
Gwen Green, left, co-chairman of Johnston County Relay for Life, presents a certificate to Tina Mills, co-captain of GG’s Kancer Kickers, the team that raised the most money in this year’s relay. JOHNSTON COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE
Gwen Green, left, co-chairman of Johnston County Relay for Life, presents a certificate to Tina Mills, co-captain of GG’s Kancer Kickers, the team that raised the most money in this year’s relay. JOHNSTON COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE

Relay salutes top fundraisers

October 27, 2014 09:06 AM

UPDATED October 27, 2014 09:07 AM

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