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Team Waylon

Ashly Buck

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WHY I'M RUNNING

For me, it is all about the kids and their families. It’s an event and experience like no other, and I’m excited to be back another year!

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Carrie Arbogast
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Ashley Zuchelli
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Good Luck Ash! ❤️
Kalin Jen
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April Stein
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Karla Pierce
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What an amazing thing! Good luck!
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Anonymous
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Good Luck Ashly!
Michelle Valentino
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Good luck! ❤️
Amanda Korosi
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The Drozd Family
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Can’t wait to watch you crush it for a wonderful cause 🤍
Marcy Feather
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Rachael Mercer
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Good luck!!!
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Good luck! You’ve got this!!
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Katie Cox
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Short Family
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You’ve got this!
Rose Gecewich
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Thank you for such a generous donation of your time and effort. Blessings.
Megan Balaban
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Waylon is so blessed to have you running for him. … and I know your life will be richer with him as part of it!
Kylie McKnight
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You go girl!! So proud of you!
Janette Abbott
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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 ...