DARLENE’S FLAMINGO 5K: A recent fundraiser by family and friends in memory of cancer survivor Darleen Smith raised $17,500 to benefit the Shepard Cancer Foundation. Darleen’s Flamingo 5K held its 3rd annual “Make Your Own Party” road race in November and presented a check to the foundation in December. “What a wonderful tribute to honor Darleen and assist cancer patients here in Beaufort County. It’s not just a road race, it’s a great party,” said John Tate, President of the Shepard Cancer Foundation. Shown are: (L-R) Ainsley Rusevlyan, John Tate, Valla Phelps, Priscilla Smith, Tim Phelps, Faye Smith, Nick Klapp, Nikki Klapp and Fred Smith.

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Published 8:24pm Saturday, January 5, 2013

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