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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.

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  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!!

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  2. You can message the answer to that to hitech@eastlink.ca
    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??

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  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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