The positive energy from the Cancer Support Center's Walk of Hope preliminaries reverberated through downtown Homewood on Oct. 6. From the banter of DJ Krazee Kevin, which could be heard two blocks away, to moves of the Parker Junior High cheerleaders and the warm up zumba dance session, the mood was buoyant and people were moving.And smiling, lots of smiling.For Cancer Support Center Director Sue Armato, the joyous mood was an important part of the annual event. "There's a lot of stress and sadness and isolation from cancer," she said. "This is a . . .
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