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Run for the Little Flowers Registration

AS of 10/1-  I was able to add shirts to the order.  I have 5 in each size.  I will post when we are getting low/are out of a size.

AS OF 9/29- MEDALS ARE SOLD OUT. If you want one, message me and if there is enough interest, I will place a second order.

IF you did not get to register, you still can.  If you want a shirt, please message me ASAP, I will see if I can add to the order since it was just placed last week.  If not, I can put in a second order.

You must check the medal box if you want a medal. You may register up to 4 people at once. Once you click the "submit" button, you will be redirected to Paypal. Please conact me at katiepetko (at) yahoo (dot) com if there are any issues.


  1. Do the women's shirts run big or small? Trying to gauge size here. :) Also if you get enough interest we would love medals!!

  2. You can message the answer to that to
    I'm in Canada....half wondering if I can get a decent group together by the end of October....or does it have to be on the same date you are running??

  3. Hey Katie! Did you end up using our donation in the giveaway?? If you did, I missed it - let me know who I need to send the gift card too. Thanks!


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