Walkers will hit Harlem High School's track Friday night as part of the Harlem Relay for Life.
The city's sixth annual all-night fundraiser for the American Cancer Society is scheduled to kick off with opening ceremonies and a Survivors Lap at 7 p.m. at the school track.
"We're expecting a couple of hundred people to participate," said David Bullard, the relay chairman.
Bullard said he hopes to raise $55,000 for the cancer society this year.
The relay has raised more than $250,000 in its five years, and raised more than $63,000 last year, the highest year yet.
Brandy McClain, a community manager for the Augusta cancer society office, said that while serving as relay liaison for Harlem this year, she's been impressed by the creative fundraising ideas and the amount of participation.
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