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2014 RELAY FOR LIFE

July 20, 2014

(Photo by Zak Lantz/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

The Luminaria Ceremony is one of the most powerful parts of the Relay for Life, which was held over the weekend in Barclay Square.

As the light faded on the day, attendees gathered for a time to remember those who have been lost to cancer, to support people who are currently battling cancer and to honor those who have fought it in the past.

Pictured here are participants watching the names of loved ones lost to the disease scroll on the screen with the glow of the luminaria bringing light to the foreground.

For more from the Relay for Life, see Monday's edition of The Spirit.

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