Date(s) - 11/28/2013
12:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wrightsville Beach Park
9TH Annual Turkey Trot 5K & Family Fun 1 Mile Walk
|Where : Wrightsville Beach, NC
Contact : www.capefearhabitat.org
|Description:9TH ANNUAL TURKEY TROT 5K RACE AND FAMILY FUN 1 MILE WALK
BENEFIT for CAPE FEAR HABIAT FOR HUMANITY
Register at www.capefearhabitat.org
Thanksgiving Morning, Thursday, November 28, 2013, Wrightsville Beach Park at “The Loop”
7:30 AM Registration, 8:30 AM 5KMile Run/1 Mile Walk
First 300 registrants receive a free T-shirt! Still time—register TODAY!
$25 Runner Preregistration
September 1 – October 31, 2013
$30 Runner Preregistration
November 1 – November 25, 2013 12:00 Noon
On-line registration closes at 12:00 Noon, November 25, 2013
November 25 – November 28 Race Day
1 Mile Walkers – Always $15
Children 10 and under free
In order to be timed, children must be registered and pay as an adult
This is the most popular race in our area. Open to all levels—from the fastestdisciplined runner to those who want to run their first 5K, including the couch to 5K folksand families running together with their children or walking the track with strollers and the family dog.
Early packet pick up Nov. 26 at Try Sports, Mayfaire, 925 Town Center Drive, Wilmington, 28405, 4-7 PM
Early packet pick up Nov. 27 at Cape Fear Habitat, downtown Wilmington, 20 N 4th St, Suite 200, 28401, 9 AM – 12 Noon
We expect hundreds to gather, some in turkey and pilgrim costumes, at the Wrightsville Beach Loop for a wonderful morning to benefit Cape Fear Habitat. Join the race/walk event get outdoors in the beautiful Wrightsville Beach park, burn some calories and get a fitness booster before sitting down to your Thanksgiving feast with family and friends. You’ll be glad you did. All proceeds will help build a Habitat home in our community.
Habitat for Humanity has a tried and tested partnership approach that makes families in need of shelter a key part of their own housing solution. Habitat works hard with volunteers and donors who invest time and money into the partnership—so that families in need of housing can help build, then buy, their own home on terms they can afford.