Be a part of Carlisle Family YMCA Digital Turkey Trot

This Thanksgiving, central Pennsylvanians may be part of a trip customized and offers once more to children of their space individuals—all from their very personal backyards.

The 19th annual Carlisle Family YMCA Turkey Trot goes digital. As an alternative of a one-day road race by the streets of Carlisle, the event will now occur practically over a nine-day interval, from Nov. 22 to Nov. 30. Contributors may be part of from anyplace on the earth (one race registrant calls California dwelling). Racers will log their outcomes onto the event website.

Register within the current day.

 

Be a part of the Lion as he preps for the massive race. Prospects on scientific workstations can view the video proper right here.

“The Turkey Trot brings people collectively, and we’ll obtain this this 12 months by using social media,” says race director Jay Cattron, the properly being and wellness/membership director for the Carlisle Family YMCA. “We’re asking people to utilize the hashtag #carlisleturkeytrot on all footage and flicks they submit on their personal social media channels.”

Of us can register as individuals, as a workforce representing family and buddies, or as a workforce representing a enterprise or group. The very best workforce in each class will win the Tuckey Crew Award—a three-foot-tall golden fork manufactured by The Tuckey Companies. Completely different race prizes embrace awards for most likely probably the most inventive water stop station, most interesting costume, additional inventive racecourse and most interesting “watchie” (a selfie collectively together with your watch).

The earlier people enter, the additional likelihood they need to win prizes in random drawings this month.

Penn State Properly being is the race’s presenting sponsor. Race proceeds revenue the Carlisle Family YMCA, which supplies swim lessons, sports activities actions, summer time season camps and child take care of house youth. The YMCA accepts all children in its packages, irrespective of a family’s means to pay.