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Team Lottie

Ashly Buck

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As a repeat challenger, it’s all about the kids for me! I am happy to be a part of such an amazing event that helps so many kids and their families in many different ways. It is such a rewarding experience.

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Marcy Feather
Keep doing good things and living life abundantly!
Nicole Annable
Good luck, Ashley!
Sarah Short
Get it girl!
Melissa Griffith
Kelly Flenner
You continue to amaze me! Have fun and stay healthy. ❤️
Jennifer Vincent
Krista Brown
You are amazing! I’m so proud of you!
Amanda Korosi
J.C. Shamp
You're awesome. Have fun!
Katie Ricchino
Joni Young
You go girl! I love what you’re doing. ❤️
Shari Colburn
Kalin Jen
Katie Reilly
Megan Balaban
You are such an inspiration and this sweet baby is such an inspiration.
Whitney Buckels
Janette Abbott Abbott
Jenna Drozd
Love this and you!! Can’t wait to be your running buddy! ❤️
Chris Kirk
Love that you do this every year! ❤️
Michelle Ringler
You're awesome 😍
Katie Cox
Good Luck!
April Stein
Michelle Valentino
I admire you so much for doing this every year! You are amazing! ❤️
Rose Gecewich
Thank you for all you do!
Pettin Federer
Rachael Mercer
Sweet baby…. I love that you do this for these kids and we will always donate to this cause!! You’re an inspiration Ashly!!
Kylie McKnight
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About Team Lottie

Lottie is a bubbly girl who keeps us laughing with her silly antics. At 2 years old Lottie began to have what looked like breath holding spells- which were terrifying to watch but we were assured that this was something she would grow out of. Unfortunately the number of these episodes continued to increase over the next month. After a particularly bad episode, Lottie ended up in the hospital for what was suspected as seizures. Her true diagnosis of Pulmonary Hypertension was not what we were expecting. The gravity of her disease was not realized until after she had suffered ...