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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 5C Participants in this year's Turkey Trot take off from the start line. The event raised money for the nonprofit Tru Community and was also a way to exercise before the festivities of Turkey Day. Photos by James Wilson Race participants pose before starting. This year 110 people showed up for the race. James Wilson Josh Hanna led the pack to Sports Reporter come in first overall and in the men's category. Hanna ran the five kilometers in 19 The fourth annual Turkeyminutes and six seconds. Trot took place the morning Chris Price was right on of Nov. 22. Families came on Hanna's heels to come in sec- down to Feather River Col-' ond at 19:38. Jesse Frid fin- lege's soccer field to burn off ished in 22:03 to take third. some calories before a day of Ty Morrison, a junior at eating. Quincy High School, made A total of 110 participants an honorable time of 22:21 -- signed up and raced in this right behind Frid. year's event; a record num- Erica Brown was the first ber for the trot. to hit the finish line in the Proceeds from the event women's category, coming in went to Tru Community, aat 23:30. Christina Kimmel nonprofit organization out of followed right behind Brown Quincy that helps families in . for Second place with a time need of medical attention, of 24:15. Cindy Johnson The Turkey Trot is Tru Com- placed third in 24:27. munity's biggest fundraiser Organizer Jennifer Lud- of the year. vigson is already planning Tru Community is cur- next year's event. Ludvigson rently working on a website plans to split the racers into that will make it easier for age groups to allow for more people to donate, winners. The organization provided "I think it went really well hot coffee and breakfastthis year," said Ludvigson. cakes for participants and "We raised a good amount spectators, for a really good cause." i~iiiii~i~i!i~ii:" !~!i:iiii'i~ :iii~!~i~ i:!i'~i!i!iii!=i ii:~iiii~ iii ili!. ~:~i!/ %!i!i~iiiil iiiii~: ~/iiiiiiii~ : This year's winner, Josh Hanna, runs in to complete the 5K. Hanna also won the race last year. We' re asking each of you to spend at least $100 of your holiday shopping budget right here in Plumas County, If each of our readers* spent $100 in Plumas County it would put $1,853,000 back into our local economy, We would be keeping our money here,,,right here in our own community, We can do this even withsimple things like getting our cars serviced or our hair done before we travel, 'Based on an average of two readers ~oer newspaper, Help your community prosper by shopping locally, If you do, we will all be helping each other, Isn't that what the holidays are all about? FEATHER PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. Feather River Bulletin Portola Reporter, Indian Valley Record Chester Progressive Tiffiney and Diego Lozano, with their children, show off their spiffy costumes. As in previous years, many people dressed up for the Turkey Trot.