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Walking to benefit cancer charities

Marlborough – (l to r) Cancer survivor Tanya Robineau, her niece, Melissa, her sister, Tiffany, and her friend, Kerri Hollenkamp, pass a 1980 Camaro while participating in the Marlborough Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 3565's fourth annual “Rock and Stroll,” a six-hour walk-a-thon held Oct. 13 at Ward Park. New this year, vintage and customized vehicles were displayed alongside the track. Walkers collected donations for four cancer charities: the 15-40 Connection (15-40.org), Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (dana-farber.org), Joe Andruzzi Foundation (joeandruzzifoundation.org) and Why Me Foundation (whyme.org). In four years, the event raised over $100,000.

?Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

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