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Making homes accessible

Sunday, August 30th at Oakledge Park. Race starts at 9:30 am.

Six individuals raised more than $250 for Zoe's Race and were entered into a drawing for an iPad mini, courtesy of Small Dog Electronics. Ira Siegel, a Zoe's Race regular, was the lucky winner. Thank you to all our participants, and congratulations Ira!!

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The sixth annual Zoe's Race raised $20,000 to assist more families with life changing home accessibility modifications.Thank you for making
a difference.

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The first annual HowardCenter’s Zoe’s Race was held on August 30, 2009. The idea for the race came about when Erika Nestor, mother of then-6-year-old Zoe, began to renovate her home to accommodate her daughter, who was left severely disabled in a near-drowning when she was 18 months old. As Zoe grew, she became dependent on a wheelchair, which was difficult to maneuver in a home with stairs and standard-sized doorways.