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Team Annika

Katie Lemr

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WHY I'M RUNNING

This event has been an item on my bucket list for a few years. At first, because of the physical challenge, but as I learned more about the event and it’s purpose, it became something I just HAD to be part of. It’s an excellent cause and I can’t wait to give back and show these kids some LOVE!

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Karen Royko
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Go get ‘em girl!
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Marie and Jeff Lemr
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Your going to be amazing!!!
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For Gina ❤️❤️❤️
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Let’s hope those knees hold up girl! So proud of you!
Jennifer Krupa
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So proud of you lady! You are an inspiration!
Cindy Koskinen Koskinen
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Yes Katie! So proud of you and you inspire me. James and I will walk/run w you during wee hours of the night… keep you goin love you
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Go girls.
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Karen Langford
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Katie, you are truly a wonderful person. I’m proud to know you. 💙
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About Team Annika

Annika is a charming and tenacious three-year-old girl with an infectious smile and bold sense of adventure. At 3 months old, she had her first hospital admission. A month later, an MRI and EEG reveled that Anni suffered extensive damage that destroyed over half her brain. After extensive testing, the cause of her widespread cystic encephalomalacia remains unknown. The next year and a half of Annika’s life was filled with hospital stays, surgeries, and collecting a myriad of specialists, therapists, and secondary diagnoses. Anni has mixed hyperkinetic bilateral cerebral palsy, CVI and other neurological visual impairments, and takes most of ...