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The iRun for Jonah 5K / 1-mile family fun walk is designed to benefit a family in need in the Pickerington community due to a child with a chronic medical illness. This event began in 2010 to benefit Jonah Hoser and family due to his need for a (second) heart transplant. The Hoser family continue this event every year in their son's honor.
Each spring, rain or shine, the race and family walk will occur starting at Pickerington Central High School. The course then continues through a small development and returns back where the race began. This event has many students involved to promote community leadership and it also holds a sense of pride in our community as well.
This year's event will benefit Allie Conover and family. Allie is a 5-year-old little girl who has AVF (arteriovenous fistula). She underwent brain surgery over a year ago and was doing fine, then before Christmas had a major seizure. She had a brain bleed due to AVF and is currently at Nationwide Children's Hospital. The Conovers also have a little 3-year-old boy. Please pray for this family as they struggle to see their daughter hopefully walk and talk again someday.
If you are registering for the run or walk, you can donate during the registration process. If you are donating but not participating, you can donate by clicking on the "Donate" button above or by clicking here. Thank you very much for your generous contributions to help this family.
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