Georgetown’s 5th Annual Turkey Trot

834 participants lined up on a chilly Thanksgiving morning in Georgetown for the Georgetown Running Club’s 5th Annual Turkey Trot, with a fun run for kids and a 5-miler for everyone else, and a few kids there, too.   The Turkey Trot raised over $13,000 for Meals on Wheels this time, and $4000-plus for Park Pals (Friends of Georgetown Parks and Recreation).  Additionally, a huge barrel of food was collected for The Caring Place.   While I find all the photos okay, I’m partial to those with dogs, like the three dachshunds running in tandem, and a big old girl named Sandy cuddling up with her human after the pair finished their run together.  

2 thoughts on “Georgetown’s 5th Annual Turkey Trot

  1. Faith Burns

    These are great shots! You do such good work. I didn’t even know about the Turkey Trot. Hopefully I will remember next year. I really enjoyed all the photos. I’m a strong dog and animal lover. We had two Dachshunds for years. Now we have a rescue chihuahua named Sofie.

    1. 23642459 Post author

      The race gets bigger each year, Faith. There’s a Turkey Trot in Austin, but it’s much easier to stay in Georgetown, less traffic! We love our dog and cat, too. Thank you for the kind thoughts!


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