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Komen race unites family, friends to run or walk for breast cancer cure
Komen race unites family, friends to run or walk for breast cancer cure

When a 17-year-old high school senior was the first to cross the finish line in this year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, he was soon followed by his parents, a sister — and his cancer-surviving 73-year-old grandmother. Conner Masteran, a North Carroll High School senior who plays soccer and runs track, did the 5K course in just under 18 minutes, and said he was running for his grandmother, a two-time breast cancer survivor. "She a fighter, and she's so sweet," he said minutes after the finish of Sunday's race that attracted thousands of runners, walkers, volunteers and visitors to Hunt Valley. His grandmother, Ann Jewer, 73, who lives in Hanover,...

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