Help Dayton Ristine go to Holland

$1,570 of $4,000 goal

Raised by 28 people in 2 months
Dayton began inline speed skating at the age of 2 and won his first national championship at the age of 5.  It is his love of the sport, devotion, and hard work that has lead him to win numerous indoor and outdoor championships.  In September 2017, Dayton set a goal to become a 2018 Junior World team member.  He practices 4 times a week and has a personal trainer 2 times a week.  Knowing his goal would be hard to achieve, he would practice outside in 20 degree weather.  
In May 2018, his hard work paid off when he became the youngest member of the Junior World Team.  Competing against kids 2 to 3 years older, he fought hard to earn the overall track championship position.  He now has the opportunity to represent our country in Holland competing at the World Championships.  We are asking for any donation to help with this large expense.  Thank you.
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Raised by 28 people in 2 months
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Nicole Jerrom
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Bill Lintner
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Kelli Caplin
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