The tenth annual Panerathon is this Sunday — and for the first time — the celebration started on Friday night. The organizers of the Panerathon took advantage of the new Youngstown Foundation Ampitheater. — and hosted a public concert this evening as a way to say thanks to the community for supporting the event. The concert combined with the regularly scheduled Party on the Plaza. Breckenridge: “I THINK PANERATHON IS SUPER IMPORTANT TO NOT ONLY LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS BUT ALSO SURVIVORS AND THEIR FAMILIES. IT REALLY LETS YOU KNOW HOW BREAST CANCER AFFECTS SO MANY PEOPLE.” Panerathon Weekend continues tomorrow with individual race packet pickups. The event is Sunday morning starting at 10 A-M at the Covelli Centre.