Photos from Trick or Trot 5K

Thank you to everyone who came out for the GSAFE Trick or Trot 5K Walk/Run on October 16th!

By our count, we had more than 500 people in attendance.  Thank you to all the volunteers, sponsors, and donors who helped make the event a huge success:

Sponsors:

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Wartmann Chandler Appraisal Associates
  • Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.
  • SMART Motors
  • Atlas Counseling
  • Stay True Tattoo
  • Healthy Kids Collaborative
  • Our Lives Magazine
  • Race Day Events
  • Summit Credit Union
  • UW Health & Unity
  • Berkeley Running Company

Superheroes

  • Vivienne Andersen
  • Anna Bartz
  • Nicole Bresnick
  • Kari Carden
  • Ellie Crean
  • Susan Day
  • Jennifer DeGroff
  • Michelle Donofrio
  • Jane Duffy
  • Karen Felder
  • Cabell Gathman
  • Evelyn Gildrie-Voyles
  • Julia Greenleaf
  • Beatrice Hadidian
  • David Hafner
  • Kit Hamada
  • Jean Haughwout
  • Ellen Hebron
  • Khaled Ismail
  • Amy Johnson
  • Brian Juchems
  • Owen Karcher
  • Mike Kiffel
  • Emma Kuhr
  • Jeff Kunkle
  • Claire Lind
  • Madeline Lux
  • Amy Lyle
  • Tim Michael
  • Natalie Miller
  • Ali Muldrow
  • Jasmine Navarro
  • Kurt Nicholson
  • Finn Nicholson
  • Alexa Nobis
  • Flynn O’Brion
  • Chelsea O’Neil Karcher
  • Candice Pantoga
  • Emmalee Pearson
  • Jenny Pressman
  • Ed Pruessing
  • Adrian Purnae
  • Emery Rankin-Utevsky
  • Karyl Rice
  • Kye Richards
  • Kim Ringelstetter
  • Allie Schjoth
  • Gideon Smith
  • Donna Sorenson
  • Nicole Soulier
  • Amber Sowards
  • Jody Stolldorf
  • Nicole Tepe
  • Amanda Thornton
  • K8 Walton
  • Kameron Williams
  • Lesley Wolf
  • Maggie Zywicki

You can check out the amazing photos taken by Spencer Micka Photography for Our Lives Magazine on their Facebook page here.

We hope to see you at Trick or Trot 2017!

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