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Over 150 Runners Start Thanksgiving Day With Lowville Turkey Trot

November 29, 2019   09:30 a.m.
    Press Release from Lowville Turkey Trot Organizers:

    Lowville Turkey Trot 2019

    The annual Lowville Turkey Trot was held on a typical November north country
    day. Thanksgiving Day greeted approximately 155 runners with temperatures in
    the mid thirties and cloudy skies. By the time the runners started the 5 K snow
    was in the air. What else would we expect?

    The event is a family fun run with no official timing or awards. Many participants
    dress in turkey attire. After the run, donuts and chocolate milk are highlights and
    a number of prizes are raffled to lucky runners. Nicole Sadowski was the first
    female to finish the event in a time of 23:15 and she was followed closely by
    Nicole Nath and Jane Jennings in 23:42 and 23:56, respectively. The male
    runners were led by Ethan Moore in 19:32, Hunter Moore in 19:40 and Michael
    Peebles in 20:00.

    Double Play Community Center is proud to host the eighth annual Lowville
    Turkey Trot. Double Play expresses a special thank you to Dr. Steve Lyndaker
    and Dr. Shareen Palmer at Lowville Medical associates. The company has
    sponsored the run every year since its start. Thank you also to Americu Credit
    Union for financial support. The Turkey Trot provides all of its proceeds to the
    United Way Renee Beyer Memorial Fund. Double Play Community Center has
    been dedicated to raising funds for this cause with multiple events each year.
    The Lowville Turkey Trot will be back in 2020 to kick off the Thanksgiving
    holiday.
  Over 150 runners turned out to start Thanksgiving day with the 8th Annual Lowville Turkey Trot