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Pittsburgh East Relay for Life draws cancer survivors, others to Gateway school

| Monday, June 12, 2017, 11:09 a.m.
Bonnie Goff, JoAnn Zanotelli and Shirley Kelley, all of Plum, and Betty Taucher of Monroeville took part in the Pittsburgh East American Cancer Society Relay for Life Survivors Walk through the halls of Gateway High School on Saturday, June 10.  Evening events were moved inside due to the heat of the afternoon.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Bonnie Goff, JoAnn Zanotelli and Shirley Kelley, all of Plum, and Betty Taucher of Monroeville took part in the Pittsburgh East American Cancer Society Relay for Life Survivors Walk through the halls of Gateway High School on Saturday, June 10. Evening events were moved inside due to the heat of the afternoon.
Niva Bruno of Penn Hills and Bonnie Beck of Monroeville carry the banner leading the Pittsburgh East American Cancer Society Relay for Life Survivors Walk through the halls of Gateway High School on Saturday, June 10.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Niva Bruno of Penn Hills and Bonnie Beck of Monroeville carry the banner leading the Pittsburgh East American Cancer Society Relay for Life Survivors Walk through the halls of Gateway High School on Saturday, June 10.
Bonnie Goff of Plum, an eight-year survivor, and daughter Cathie John of Bethel Park share a moment following the Survivors Walk at the Pittsburgh East American Cancer Society Relay for Life at Gateway High School on Saturday, June 10, 2017.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Bonnie Goff of Plum, an eight-year survivor, and daughter Cathie John of Bethel Park share a moment following the Survivors Walk at the Pittsburgh East American Cancer Society Relay for Life at Gateway High School on Saturday, June 10, 2017.

The Pittsburgh East American Cancer Society Relay for Life was held Saturday at Gateway High School.

Survivors and their family members and friends attended activities that were part of the fundraiser, including a Survivors Walk through the halls of the Monroeville school – moved indoors because of the heat of the afternoon.

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