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Team Connor

Amy Alan

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WHY I'M RUNNING

I have been a part of this for several years and it is the most amazing fulfilling event I have ever been a part of. The emotions are on another level. The fact that this event is local and for local children means the world to me. These are pretty special familiies

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Brigid Walters
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Heather & Chris Adams
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John LaCava
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Good luck out there!!! Run Strong 💪!!! Way to Gooooo!!!!
Diane Gornick
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Thank you for running! You are a hero!
Jen Backston
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Such a great event—happy running!
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Good luck and have fun, will try to stop in to run a mile
Jen Edwards
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Love to support this event! Happy Running!
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Go, Amy, go! #CleanEatzCrew #The24in24
Erin Moses
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You are amazing!!!
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You are Amazing!
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Rose Walker
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always like being a part of this
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Good luck team Conner!
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About Team Connor

Connor Nary was born on November 15, 2012. His mom (Katie) and dad (Mike) were so excited to welcome their first son into the world after a normal pregnancy. Following an hour and a half of pushing, instead of delivering a healthy newborn, baby boy Nary was born limp, gray, and not crying. A code pink (pediatric emergency) was called, and our delivery room turned into chaos of many medical personnel storming in and out. He was emergently intubated and transferred to the NICU due to concerns of aspirating meconium. Mike accompanied the bassinet and medical staff to the NICU, ...