What is Craniosynostosis? The normal skull consists of several sutures (soft spots) at birth. The function of the suture is to allow molding through the birth canal and adjustments for the growing brain. As the infant grows and develops, the sutures close, forming a solid piece of bone, called the skull to protect the brain.
Mrs. Bagget began her drive to help a particular young girl with this disorder. Since that time her quest has grown to help children as God presents the need. This year she and God have chosen Tri-County CAC and we are ever so grateful!!
Tri-County Children's Advocacy Center has the honor of partnering with Mrs. Samantha Baggett in a 5K run to bring awareness to the topic of Craniosynostosis. This is the fourth annual event for Mrs. Baggett and we are pleased to join forces with her.
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Registration begins at 7:00am
Register / Donate: www.customink.com/fundraising/cranio-5k-2017
Run Begins at 8:15am
Wadley High School Partking Lot
Shirt Purchase Includes:
Run Participation, Raffle Ticket, Drink and Snack
4th AnnualWE CARE ABOUT CRANIO 5K
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