This year’s Relay for Life was the latest staple annual event in the community to adjust to COVID-19 restrictions. This years’ relay took place on Saturday with many participating virtually — walking laps, sharing supportive stories and hearing presentations via social media. Another difference this year was having a sole honorary cancer survivor at the event, Robert Clayton, a Kenosha resident. Clayton, 56, was declared free of the disease by November 2017, after getting the disease after his retirement from work in 2003. He walked around the track at UW-Parkside on Saturday with family to celebrate his cancer-free status. Above, Robert Clayton walks with his grandchildren, Greyson, 5, and Harper, 4, around the track at UW-Parkside on Saturday. Please see more photos on Page B1.