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Taking a bite out of cancer
Relay for Life held Friday
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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.