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Lowville Turkey Day 5K Draws 200 Participants Thanksgiving Morning, Raising Approximately $3,000 for Renee Beyer Memorial Fund


Published: November 24, 2022 at 06:15 p.m.

By: Provided by Lowville Turkey Day 5K



Lowville Turkey Trot 2022


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Description automatically generated with low confidenceThe annual Lowville Turkey Day 5 K was held on a beautiful north country day. Thanksgiving Day greeted exactly 200 runners and walkers with temperatures in the mid-thirties and partly cloudy skies. Family groups of seven and eight came from near and far and enjoyed their exercise early on the holiday.


The event is a family fun run with no official timing or awards. Many participants dress in turkey attire and we had a great group of children among the walkers and runners. Everyone has a good time and by 10 AM we head home to enjoy the remainder of the holiday.


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Description automatically generatedWhile the event is informal, there were many speedy runners on the road. Grace Bailey from Lyons Falls was the fastest women at 21:45. She was followed by Eliana Bonbrest in 22:20 and Grace Davis close behind in 22:38. For the men, Hunter Moore from Croghan led the pack for the second year in a row in a swift 17:30. Conner Zehr was second in 18:17 followed by the group of Mason Zehr, MacCoy Maciejko and Mitchell Domagala in 19:18.


Double Play Community Center is proud to host the eleventh annual Lowville Turkey Day 5K. Double Play expresses a special thank you to Dr. Steve Lyndaker and Dr. Shereen Palmer at Lowville Medical Associates. The local medical practice has sponsored the run every year since its inception. Invenergy Number Three Wind was also a lead sponsor this year!


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Description automatically generated with medium confidenceThe Turkey Trot provides all its proceeds to the United Way Renee Beyer Memorial Fund with approximately $3,000 raised this year. Double Play Community Center has been dedicated to raising funds for this cause with multiple events each year. The Lowville Turkey Day 5K will be back in 2023 to kick off the Thanksgiving holiday.










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