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Team Connor

Rachael Zevnik

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To continue raising funds for children in our community who are fighting for their lives daily yet have so much strength, love, and smiles to give and deserve to have their wishes come true. And for their families who give up so much to just have more time and laughter with their children. We run for you!

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Donation Total: $100.00


Matthew Robinson
Love you so much!
Ashley Dotson
Way to go, Rach!
Ashley Pearson
Stephanie Kovalcheck
Angela McGuffin
Thank you for getting me into this. I love you.
Linda Robinson
So proud of you.
Katilin Slaper-Hawranko
Elaine Wolf
Rachael, I'm so proud of you and everyone who takes part in this wonderful event every year. I know you guys are doing and will continue to do great things for the kids!
I donate for my daughter who is an incredible person love tool all this is an amazing thing for these kids 👍
Sherry Loxterman
This is amazing Rachael!
Crystal Barnes
Elizabeth Kalister
Brian Siedler
Diana Unites
Elizabeth Price
Wonderful cause Rachael!
Sandy Rowe
You rock Rachael! Good Luck!
Karen Zook
Love you, Rachael!
Todd Pruden
Rachael, You are so awesome! Thanks for including me!
Debra Jasinski
Gina Martucci
Kelly Marino
You are awesome Rachael! Thank you for participating again in the 24in24!
Jennifer Hepka
Love how you always pay it forward 💕
Abby Zevnik
Geoff Zevnik
Rob F
Mary Beth Bray
Love you!!
Laura McGuffin
You are truly an inspiration and I cannot wait to support you and your amazing running family 🥰🏃‍♀️
Alvin McGuffin
For a wonderful cause.
Leaya Putnam
Michelle Fall
Kayla Munaretto
Go Rach Go!!!! Proud of you!
Ready to tackle this challenge with you again! Let’s go!
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About Team Connor

Connor Nary was born on November 15, 2012. His mom (Katie) and dad (Mike) were so excited to welcome their first son into the world after a normal pregnancy. Following an hour and a half of pushing, instead of delivering a healthy newborn, baby boy Nary was born limp, gray, and not crying. A code pink (pediatric emergency) was called, and our delivery room turned into chaos of many medical personnel storming in and out. He was emergently intubated and transferred to the NICU due to concerns of aspirating meconium. Mike accompanied the bassinet and medical staff to the NICU, ...