|Cadence from California and Sterling from Nevada are two of this year's Children Miracle Network Hospitals kids.|
CU SACTOWN TEN-MILE RUN UPDATE
updated 02/11/14 09:23 AM
Latest Info on April 6 Event
As the April 6 date for the 2014 Credit Union SacTown 10-Mile Run approaches, the following is the latest information and news about this year’s event:
Early-bird Registration Deadline: Early-bird registration ends at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 17. Fees until then are $40 for individuals for the 10-mile run; $90 for a three-person relay team. Click here to register today!
Thanks to Our Sponsors! The current list of sponsors include the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, CalCom FCU, California CU, CU of Southern California, Delta Schools, Desert Valleys FCU, Diablo Valley FCU, Eagle Community CU, Financial Horizons CU, Golden 1 CU, Great Basin FCU, Greater Nevada CU, Heritage Community CU, L.A. Healthcare FCU, LBS Financial CU, Mission FCU, Orange County’s CU, Pacific Service CU, Patelco CU, Premier America CU, Provident CU, Redwood CU, Sacramento CU, San Diego County CU, San Mateo CU, San Francisco FCU, San Francisco Fire CU, SchoolsFirst FCU, SkyOne FCU, Travis CU, UNCLE CU, United Health CU, Valley First CU, Xceed Financial FCU, Wescom CU, and Western Healthcare FCU as well as CO-OP Financial Services, Allied Solutions, Autoland, CUNA Mutual Group, and O’Rourke and Associates. Join the list today!
Meet This Year’s Children—Cadence, Skylar, and Sterling! On June 2013, 7-year-old Cadence unexpectedly suffered a severe stroke that left her entire left side of her body paralyzed. Thanks to the staff of UC Davis Children’s Hospital and their positive support, Cadence was able to walk out of the hospital on August 2, 2013, without assistance. Four-year-old Skylar, a patient at Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland, was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder that can cause blood clots. Through the hospital’s exceptional care, Skylar soon began to breathe on her own, talk, and even run around the hospitals playground. In record time, she bounced back to her old self and is now looking forward to starting kindergarten next fall. Sterling has learned much about life before his 18th birthday, so it’s no wonder he’s now a teacher. He’s received at least four procedures at St. Rose Dominican Hospitals in Nevada, starting at 6 months old. With loss of function in both kidneys, Sterling will require a transplant to one day live dialysis free. But he continues with his trademark glass half full> perspective, sense of humor, and love of all things Disney.