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Turkey Trot

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: 11-24-22
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

TURKEY TROT – 9 a.m. Start Thanksgiving day the right way. Do a 5K run or a 2K walk to prepare yourself for the holiday ahead. Proceeds support the patients and families cared for by Helios Care. Virtual option is available. Start at Oneonta Boys & Girls Club, 70 River Street, Oneonta. Visit Hospice5K.com for more information. Then have a wonderful rest of the holiday.

Run, You Turkeys!

Runners Work Up Appetite

At Annual Turkey Trot 5K

A brisk run on a cold morning is a good way to get ready for Thanksgiving dinner! 477 runners took to the streets for the annual Thanksgiving Day 5K Turkey Trot for Helios Care. Above, Carson Pashley, Austin Hitt, Christopher Mosconi, Noah Artis, Ron Reed, Emma Peeters, Kacie Hymers, Michael Hamilton, Andrew Stanton, Tristan Ethier Matthew Rubin, and Alanmichael Rubin take off from the finish line at the start of the race. At right, Daniel Butterman runs with his daughter Layla to the finish line for a time of 29:30. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

COLD TURKEY!

COLD TURKEY!

Single Digits Chill Annual Hospice 5K

It was a frigid morning in Oneonta with blustery winds making it feel like 0º, but that didn’t keep 713 runners and walkers from turning out to run the annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 5K for Hospice! Above, Mary Dirig, Oneonta, Johanna Jurrison, Kirkwood, and Angela Silvernail, Oneonta, race down Wilcox Ave. towards the finish line. At left, Michael Hamilton, Oneonta, finishes in first place with a time of 17:09. Amanda Lopiccolo took 1st place in the women’s with 18:10.(Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

Balloons Released In Memory Of Friends, Family At Turkey Trot’s 3rd Year

Balloons Released In Memory Of

Friends, Family At 3rd Turkey Trot

Participants of the 3rd annual Turkey Trot wrote the names of loved ones, inspirational messages and prayers for sick or deceased family and friends on hundreds of biodegradable balloons which were released into the air before the start of the race this morning. Event organizer Kelley McGraw had attended a Turkey Trot race in Cortland and brought the idea back here and presented it to Hospice. "They loved it and the first year we were hoping for 100 people and we ended up getting 700!" The event, which had been gaining in numbers, boasted nearly 900 runners this morning in Oneonta's 6th ward. "Everyone is in such a good mood when they finish the race." McGraw said. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Turkey Trot participants releasing balloons. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

ONEONTA – Participants of the 3rd annual Turkey Trot wrote the names of loved ones, inspirational messages and prayers for sick or deceased family and friends on hundreds of biodegradable balloons which were released into the air before the start of the race this morning.

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