Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012

(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
Man Up For Prostate Cancer Run/Walk 2012
In a Father’s Day tradition, the “Man Up for Prostate Cancer 5K/10K Run-Walk” was held at River Front Park on Sunday, June 17. More than 3,000 registered for the annual event. It's organized by the Obediah Cole Foundation for Prostate Cancer and raises money for prostate cancer education and hundreds of screenings across the region.
(Photo Credit: KDKA)
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