The man raises money for the Vivian B. Adams School by running a marathon

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Seeing the impact the school has on his son, Woodall decided to run for a cause and is raising money for a Vivian B. Adams cholarship fund, to provide opportunities to those with similar needs to his son.

Vivian B. Adams School in Ozark has been a blessing for Chris Woodall and his family. For 50 years, the school has served those with special needs, including Woodall’s son, Robert.

Highlights

  • “I thought it would be a great opportunity to bring awareness to what Vivian B. Adams does and to specifically their scholarship program that opens the door for many adult learners to come and be a part of what they are doing here,” Woodall said. “I wanted to use that as a personal motivation, but then secondly, shine a limelight on a school and their services.”

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Their goal is to raise $5,000 this year to be donated to the school. If you would like to donate, you can send your contributions to the school directly. That address is Vivian B. Adams School, 2047 Stuart Tarter Road, Ozark 36360. If you send a check in the memo section label it “Running for Robert.”