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Running 4 Miracles Huntington



Celebrating Preemie Baby Georgia’s Resilient Survival

On November 5, I am proud to run the Marshall University Marathon to honor Baby Georgia was born at 33 weeks on September 8, 2023. Her mother, Allison, was also born at 33 weeks, and in a full circle moment, the same NICU nurse, Sherri Nelson, RN, who helped deliver Allison also helped deliver her daughter Georgia.  NICU Nurse Manager within Hoops Family Children’s Hospital at Cabell Huntington Hospital and most importantly Baby Georgia’s grandmother never worried that her granddaughter would spend time in the NICU because she knew she would receive the very best care possible.  She switches between “Mimi-mode” and “NICU nurse-mode” and balance her concern for her granddaughter with her knowledge as a NICU nurse.

Please consider donating to celebrate and show your support for Miracles like Nate and Sean.

Huntington, WV is Leg #7 of the Conway Family’s Miracle Mission of running 50 marathons honoring 50 preemies in 50 states.  Here are our previous efforts.

Leg #6-Newport, RI-Nate and Sean-(Total will be final on October 13)

Leg #5-Louisville, KY-The Baker Four (Luke, Eloise, Ruby, and Annie)-$4,756

Leg #4-Little Rock, AR-Jacob-$2,545

Leg #3-Indianapolis, IN-Carlie-$670

Leg #2-Dayton, OH-Mason-$1,575

Leg #1-Pittsburgh, PA-Hunter-$2,758

As a family, we have dedicated our fundraising efforts to pay it forward for the support from the Children’s Miracle Network when our son Brooks, who is now 18 years old, a high school senior, healthy, and thriving, was born at 25 weeks, weighing just 1 lb. 6 oz.  He spent four months in the Penn State Health Children’s Hospital NICU.  He represents why we believe miracles do happen.  Please click HERE to see photos of Brooks.