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Taking a bite out of cancer
Relay for Life held Friday
Cindy Rogers paints the hand of Chloe Williamson, 13, one of the many cancer survivors Friday at Relay for Life. Chloe then put her handprint on a banner with the handprints of other cancer survivors.
Judge Bill Locke is known for taking a bite out of crime. On Friday night, Judge Locke helped take a bite out of cancer.At least he took a bite out of one of Tammie Gribble’s popular pies at Relay for Life.“This is delicious,” said Locke, his mouth full, moments after getting feed a chess pie by Gribble herself.Gribble says she makes 130 mini pies for Relay for Life each year. They normally sell quickly.“I use an old family recipe and I don’t share it,” said Gribble, who started baking when she was 10.Nunley Stadium was flourishing with activity for the 14th annual Relay for Life in Warren County.