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Team Lottie

Cara Detwiler

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For my daughter, Emma, and all of our local wish kids! These kids are all amazing warriors fighting life threatening battles every single day. We can’t take their pain away, but we can run to raise funds to send them on their BIG WISH trips & support all the incredible opportunities A Special Wish creates for our family & so many others locally.

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Kevin and Brittany Ponziani
Christina Carroll
Keep up the great work! You make a beautiful difference in the world!
Stephanie Clark
Way to go!
Adriana Alvarez
Joan & Michael Giberti
Good luck Cara!! ❤️
Cynthia Benjamin
Go Cara!!
Estelle Milligan
You’re amazing, Cara! Love you, Grandma
Steve & Ann Raguz
Stacey Rodgers
Elizabeth Spahr
Laurie Baker
Heather Carlone
You’re amazing!!!
Jody Friedman
You got this!!
Valerie Gates
You’re inspirational!!
Nick Pavlak
Good luck Cara!
Margaret Danielson
You Go Girl! Love, Uncle Cliff and Aunt Maggie
Patricia Detwiler
We're cheering you on!
Michelle Haggard
Lauren Saccardi
Judy Borlin
You are amazing Cara!! Love your ❤️
Erin Sheehan Hill
Go Cara!! Your strength is always inspiring!
Don Meyer
Run Cara Run
Christine Libeg
You’ve got this!!! So proud of you already!
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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 ...