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This 5K and Fun Run will benefit Wyatt's Wish organization. Wyatt's Wish was started in honor of our sweet 3 year old, Wyatt, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy- Type 1. The money raised for Wyatt's Wish goes directly to providing necessary respiratory masks for infants with SMA that are not covered by insurance and also to fund SMA research to help find a treatment or cure!
8:00 AM 5K
8:15 AM Fun Run
**ONLY GUARANTEED A SHIRT IF YOU PRE-REGISTER!**
$20 – 5K Pre-Registration by 1/22/15
$25 – 5K Registration 1/23/15 thru Race Day (Online Registration closes 1/27 and after that you will have to register on paper at packet pick up the day before the race or the morning of!)
$15 – Fun Run Registration (Includes T-Shirt and finishing ribbon)
$15 – Phantom Runner (T-shirt only, no race registration)
$18 - Phantom Runner (Includes shipping for t-shirt)
**T-shirts are guaranteed for pre-registrations ONLY.
**Strollers are allowed at the back of the race pack.
**No pets, please.
Race packet pick-up will be on Friday, January 29 from 6-8pm at Academy Sports in Warner Robins on Watson Blvd. Packet pick-up will begin at 7am race day.
If you cannot participate but would like to participate you can register as a phantom runner or you can donate directly to our PayPal account through our website using the following link:
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WYATT'S WISH:
Visit our website at www.wyattswish4sma.com or check us out on Facebook!
ABOUT SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY (SMA):
-SMA is a genetic muscle disorder causing extreme weakness affecting 1 in 6,000 births.
-SMA is the #1 genetic killer of young children and has no cure, yet.
-1 in 40 people, nearly 10 million Americans, UNKNOWINGLY, carry the gene responsible for SMA.
-SMA does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, or gender.
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