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Soaring at Relay
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An Ebenezer Middle School cheerleader shows other participants how to move during the Cha Cha Slide - photo by Photo by Calli Arnold

There were at least two 20-year anniversaries at the Effingham Relay For Life this year.

Pat Kennedy, in a colorful birthday clown suit, and Kathryn Skokna, who shared her story with the entire festival, celebrated 20 years of being cancer-free.

“If everybody could have cancer,” Kennedy said. “I wish they could have it and survive it because it makes you such a better person; it gives you an insight on life that you had no idea, an appreciation of everything, and things that we take for granted, it brings those things up.”

For the complete story and more photos, see Tuesday's edition of the Effingham Herald. For more photos also see