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Bravery and courage at Relay

Carol Chapman, right, shows how much hair a brave Connie Ryan, left, had shaved off during Relay for Life. The hair will become wigs for cancer patients. - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
Carol Chapman, right, shows how much hair a brave Connie Ryan, left, had shaved off during Relay for Life. The hair will become wigs for cancer patients.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror

Carol Chapman, right, shows how much hair a brave Connie Ryan, left, had shaved off during Relay for Life. The hair will become wigs for cancer patients. For more photos of Relay for Life, see page 2.

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