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RICHMOND, Va - Miss Greater Hampton Roads, Katie Pimblett, visited us to promote The ‘Be The Match’ Walk & Run 5k, which benefits those affected by leukemia. Katie is on the ‘Be The Match’ registry and is involved in planning the run, adding people to the registry, and dispelling myths about donation. The 5k run will take place Saturday, July 26th at Brown’s Island near Tredegar Street & 5th Street. For more information or to register, visit