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Team Waylon

Andrea Lopez

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WHY I'M RUNNING

I am taking on the 24in24 for the fourth consecutive year because this event means a lot to me. The smile on the childrens faces is irreplaceable and enduring pain for one weekend is nothing compared to all the trials and tribulations they face.

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RECENT DONATIONS

Garron Croston
$10.00
Carry on!
Jazmin Stubbs
$50.00
Go friend!!
Anonymous
$55.00
Way to go Andrea!! ❤️❤️❤️
Anonymous
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Jennifer Krupa
$25.00
You ROCK!!!!
The Glenns
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We love you and the cause!
Anonymous
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Thanks for sending this to me
Aaron dinkins
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Sheena Jones
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Jose Vera
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Pootie
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"Keep going pootie!" - Bruce
Nico Suave
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Keep Shining 🙏🏽😉
Naudia Montes
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Heidi Yocum
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Kick butt!
Lamar Clemons
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💛
Richard Barnes
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Love you and what you’re doing for the kids!
Anonymous
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Leonard Peoples Jr
$100.00
We love Andrea and the kids!
Anonymous
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Michael Milfort
$75.00
So proud of you and kick ass!
Arielle Whitt
$25.00
Best of luck!
Malcolm Collins
$10.00
Let’s go! 😉
Jessica Larson
$50.00
Go Andrea!
Dusica Vasic
$25.00
Good luck (: you rock!
Stacy Cozart
$50.00
Good Luck!!!
Anonymous
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Sarah Okuh
$50.00
Good luck, and have fun! Such a sweet little bio for your guy.
Chris Holley
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Grace Tworek
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Anonymous
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Keep being the amazing person that you are
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About Team Waylon

Waylon is such a kind, sweet, yet spunky 3-year-old soul.  His cuddles are legendary, but his independence is fierce. He is a little gentleman who shows kindness to everyone. When he loves you, he LOVES you. He loves his “sissy”, “bro bro”, grandmas, aunts, and friends, and has such a special relationship with all of them. In January, Waylon was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, or ALL. The first month of treatment was perhaps the hardest of all, but through it all, Waylon was a fighter. He is currently in remission, with another two years of treatment ahead. He is ...