EDINA, Minn. -- Southdale Center was a "sea of pink" as huge crowds attended the 25th annual Susan G. Komen Twin Cities Race for the Cure. Officials say over 30,000 people showed up Sunday morning to "make a difference."
Many participants said it was a great way to kick off their Mother's Day.
Race for the Cure raises awareness and funds for breast cancer.
Funds support finding a cure for the disease while also supporting services that serve both survivors and those battling breast cancer.
Events began at 7 a.m. Sunday with a health expo and aerobic workout for participants.
Visit the Race for the Cure webpage for more information.
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