TOWSON, Md. - The Susan G. Komen race for the Cure is four days away in Hunt Valley and Baltimore County is making sure everyone is ready for the big day.
On Tuesday County Executive Kevin Kamenetz teamed with Komen Maryland to help raise awareness of the fight to beat breast cancer and to help raise money.
The county held a Pink Pep Rally at the historic courthouse.
The rally featured pink ballons, pink cheerleaders, and what the county called "Pink Spirit."
It's all an effort to help this weekend's race in Hunt Valley succeed once again.
The Komen Maryland Race for the Cure is this weekend and it's not too late to register.
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