UPDATE: Online registration deadline is Thursday, January 3 at 11:59pm. We will be accepting paper registrations on race day, beginning at 7am.
--5K at 8:00am
--Fun Run at 8:30am
$20 - 5K Pre-Registration before January 2
$25 - 5K Registration January 2 thru Race Day
$15 - Fun Run Registration (Includes T-Shirt and finishing ribbon)
$15 - Phantom Runner (T-shirt only, no race registration)
**T-shirts are guaranteed for pre-registrations only. Strollers are allowed at the back of the race pack. No pets, please.
NEW: Race Packet Pick-Up: Friday, January 4 from 6-8pm at Academy (Warner Robins) and beginning at 7am race day
NEW: Dickey's Barbeque Pit Fundraising Night: Friday, January 4 from 5pm-close. Please join us for dinner at Dickey's on Watson Blvd and drop your receipt in the box. 10% of sales will be donated to Wyatt's Wish!
If you cannot participate and would like to donate you can send donations to:
c/o Nichols, Cauley & Associates, LLC
400 Corder Road
Warner Robins, GA 31088
or donate through PayPal using the following link:
Laurence "Wyatt" Holter was born a month premature on August 6, 2012 to Josh and Katie Holter. Josh currently serves his country in the U.S. Air Force and Katie is a lifetime resident of Warner Robins. Wyatt appeared to be a healthy, baby boy when he was born.
On September 12, Katie noticed Wyatt was no longer scratching his face or fighting diaper changes. He had stopped moving his arms and legs. Josh and Katie took him to the doctor and he was admitted to the Children's Hospital in Macon. They began a series of tests and finally a diagnosis, Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Type I. The most aggressive of the 4 types of SMA. Baby Wyatt has proven himself to be a fighter and a true blessing to Josh and Katie. They have a tough journey ahead of them both emotionally and financially. They need our support! Please help us to ease their financial burden while we raise awareness for SMA.
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.