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Team Waylon

Victoria Updike

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I'm taking on The 24 in 24 because I want to help give back in any way that I can. After my husband's second cancer diagnosis almost 5 years ago, we were so blessed to be loved and supported by so many people. We'll never forget what was done for us and now I will continue to pay it forward.

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Love you, Towi!!
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Tori- you never cease to amaze me! I am so honored to call you friend💜 So thankful we are doing this together this year! You are a strong badass!! Run your heart out for Waylon! I love you, and I am so proud of you💕And just remember… “ I'll be there for you (When the rain starts to pour) I'll be there for you (Like I've been there before) I'll be there for you ('Cause you're there for me too)”
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Good luck! - Jenny & Carlos
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From Aunt Debbie and Grandma
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Love that you do this each year for families! 💜 Thank you for working hard to make a difference in a child’s life!!
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About Team Waylon

Waylon is such a kind, sweet, yet spunky 3-year-old soul.  His cuddles are legendary, but his independence is fierce. He is a little gentleman who shows kindness to everyone. When he loves you, he LOVES you. He loves his “sissy”, “bro bro”, grandmas, aunts, and friends, and has such a special relationship with all of them. In January, Waylon was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, or ALL. The first month of treatment was perhaps the hardest of all, but through it all, Waylon was a fighter. He is currently in remission, with another two years of treatment ahead. He is ...