Patrons show up and show out for Pink Run 2019

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October 28, 2019

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All shades and colours of pink streaked across the streets of Kingston yesterday morning as participants turned out for the ICWI/Jamaica Reach 2 Recovery (JR2R) Pink Run in New Kingston. Supporters got creative in adhering to the ‘tutus and tall socks’ theme as they walked, ran, or just showed up for a worthy cause – the fight against breast cancer.

October is celebrated worldwide as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Pink Run continues to serve as a major fundraiser for the JR2R, which is the breast cancer-support arm of the Jamaica Cancer Society. Here are the highlights.

RJR’s Hotline talkshow host, attorney-at-law Emily Shields, ditches her court gown and stilettos to don a hot pink, high-low skirt and sneakers as part of Flair Ja’s team for the ICWI 2019 Pink Run 5k in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The message on the shirts of (from left) Conrod Darby, Odain Donegan and Corey Lawson were loud and pink.

Photos by Ian Allen

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