PITTSTON — Clad in high heels, tutus and all things pink, men “ran” down Main Street in the Gentleman’s Dash for Paint Pittston Pink on Oct. 7. Thirteen men tried their best to navigate in the high shoes, all in the spirit of raising money for cancer research. Instead of declaring a winner, the men crossed the finish line together in honor of Stephen Parulski, who had planned to participate in the event but passed away unexpectedly earlier in the week.
Men sprint to the finish wearing high heels during Pittston’s Gentlemen’s Dash. 10/7/17. Sean McKeag | Sunday Dispatch
Men in high heels wait to start the Gentlemen’s Dash on Main Street in Pittston on Saturday, October 7. 10/7/17. Sean McKeag | Sunday Dispatch
Lorenzo Medico, of Dallas, gets ready to race with other competitors in the Gentlemen’s Dash on as part of the Paint Pittston Pink event. 10/7/17. Sean McKeag | Sunday Dispatch
Chase Sciandra, 9, of Pittston, stands in front of his father as he greets people attending the Paint Pittston Pink event. 10/7/17. Sean McKeag | Times Leader