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PHOTOS: 10th annual Rally the Valley

Valley View Hospital hosted the 10th annual Rally the Valley at Two Rivers Park on Saturday. Participants had the option to take part in 1-mile walk or a float down the Colorado River. All proceeds go towards the integrated therapy services — massage, acupuncture, aromatherapy, yoga classes, etc. — a service provided for cancer patients and their caregivers at the Calaway-Young Cancer Center at no extra cost.

Valley View Hospital Calaway-Young Cancer Center representative Jo Bershenyi addresses the Rally the Valley rafters before they set off from Two Rivers Park for Saturday's 10th annual Rally the Valley.
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Walkers of all ages set off for the 1-mile walk at the 10th annual Rally the Valley on Saturday morning at Two Rivers Park.
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Walkers set off for the 1-mile walk at the 10th annual Rally the Valley on Saturday morning at Two Rivers Park.
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Walkers participate in the 1-mile walk at Two Rivers Park during Saturday's 10th annual Rally the Valley.
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Walkers of all ages set off for the 1-mile walk at the 10th annual Rally the Valley on Saturday morning at Two Rivers Park.
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Walkers participate in the 1-mile walk at Two Rivers Park during Saturday's 10th annual Rally the Valley.
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Rafters prepare to set off and float the Colorado River for Saturday's 10th annual Rally the Valley at Two Rivers Park.
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Rafters set off from Two Rivers Park during Saturday's 10th annual Rally the Valley.
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People sign up at the registration tent for the 10th annual Rally the Valley on Saturday at Two Rivers Park.
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A dog wears a tie-dye Rally the Valley bandana before taking part in the 1-mile walk at the 10th annual Rally the Valley on Saturday at Two Rivers Park.
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Visual Journalist Chelsea Self can be reached at 970-384-9108 or cself@postindependent.com


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