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Team Lottie

Sarah Brosious

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This challenge is my small way of helping to support these families, these incredible organizations, and most importantly, these kids!

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Donation Total: $100.00


Jennifer McGraw
🏃‍♀️ 👏🏼 🫶🏼
Marcus Bierbaum
Well done 🙂
Rachael Daggett
Brian Cornell
Keith & Dawn-Marie Leonard
Canada 🇨🇦 has your back (whoot whoot!) What a selfless way to involve both passions ❤️ Go get 'em Sarah!
Matt Weber
Mary Seidel
Good luck and have fun! ~Mary You are still crazy for doing this but have a blast! Also let us know when you need recovery hummus! ~ Dan
Trisha Kisinger
Please take a day off
Jason Kepic
Goodluck and thank you for spending your time helping others! Stay hydrated!
Caitlin Hudak
Best of luck! You got this!
Carolyn Palmer
Go, Sarah! Love, Carolyn & Jay
Cally Alessi
Alex and Carly Bieler
Darrin Blackford
Kelly Worthington
LOVE YOU! You inspire me every year with this!
Wynona Imfeld
Run like the wind! Love you, “ mom & dad!”
Boomer Leonhard
Let’s gooooo!
Jessica Vorobel
Sam Imfeld
Kindice Kay
Go, girl! Run for both of us - in honor of my new knees and then memory of my old knees. ♥️
Diana Munro
Supporting my idol in her support of Lottie!
Lianna LeBarron
Salvatore Alessi
Dennis Shaffer
Sarah, you have a huge heart and I'm happy to sponsor you again!
Dorothy Fitzgerald
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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 ...