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Don’t Miss the 10th Annual Arlington Turkey Trot

turkey trot logoThe Arlington Turkey Trot is up and running on Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, November 26 at 8 a.m. Run with us! Now is the time to register to run, sponsor, or volunteer.

Please also join us for the kick-off party on Thursday, October 22!

The Tenth Anniversary Appreciation Event will celebrate 10 years of the fun-run way to love our neighbors! The event is from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Trot founder, Christ Church of Arlington (3020 N. Pershing Drive, on the corner of Highland).

  • Everyone is invited to this free event!
  • Come learn what’s new about this year’s Turkey Trot and how we’ll raise more funds than ever for our non-profit beneficiaries!
  • Mark Schwartz, Acting County Manager, is the featured speaker, and we’ll have a panel discussion with some of our beneficiaries and supporters, including 2015 sponsors to date and the Arlington Small Business Alliance. (This year’s beneficiaries are AFAC, A-SPAN, Bridges to Independence, Doorways and Linden Resources.)
  • Refreshments provided by Trot sponsor Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza.
  • Twenty-five (25) complimentary registrations will be given as door prizes and each attendee will receive a Tenth Anniversary Commemorative pin.
  • Questions? Please contact Trot director, Mark Riley at [email protected] or 703-927-0328.
  • Lots of info available on our website: arlingtonvaturkeytrot.org

The preceding post was sponsored by the Arlington Turkey Trot.

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