Marybeth Godlewski, a Manayunk native and Lower Merion resident, runs the charity Hydrocephalus Equality Awareness Research United Society, or HEAR-US. She founded the organization because her daughter, Emma, daily deals with the condition.
Registration for the event can take place at the door Saturday 8 a.m. and will get off at the Manayunk Brewery. The race starts at 9 a.m.
In 2010, Patch interviewed Godlewski about the condition. Check out the video to see that
For more information on hydrocephalus or to register for the race, visit hear-us.net.