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Turley’s Turkey Trot Tempting Tikkun Thursday

If you have shopped locally this week, read the local print paper, been on Facebook or Twitter, or checked your email, you have probably seen that Community Food Share is in need of more food than ever this year.

You may be wondering, “What can I do to help?”

Great News! This Thursday, Thanksgiving Day at 10am you can join me and your Boulder Community as we step out in Thanksgiving fashion, for the Turley’s Turkey Trot.

Click here to register online (online registration closes Wednesday morning). 100% of the $20 entry fee goes to Community Food Share. And 100% of the calories you walk/jog or run off is the wonderful bonus, to you. If you don’t want to walk, jog, or run, no problem they will gladly except money and food donations. Hope to have you join me!

About Rhonda Wildman

Glad to join you to ski, tri-athlon, bike, swim, run, or hike. Also glad to help you connect in the community.

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