Elaine Diaz (back row, second from right) poses with members of the Callawassie Solemates who participated in the 2011 LoCo Motion. Callawassie will host the second leg of the 3-day, 30-mile trek to fight breast cancer next weekend.
Elaine Diaz (back row, second from right) poses with members of the Callawassie Solemates who participated in the 2011 LoCo Motion. Callawassie will host the second leg of the 3-day, 30-mile trek to fight breast cancer next weekend. Submitted photos
Elaine Diaz (back row, second from right) poses with members of the Callawassie Solemates who participated in the 2011 LoCo Motion. Callawassie will host the second leg of the 3-day, 30-mile trek to fight breast cancer next weekend. Submitted photos

Beaufort County ready to do the LoCo Motion

September 23, 2012 04:02 PM

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