Turkey Trot

Penton Memorial 10K Cross Country Turkey Trot

Turkey TrotOUR 48th YEAR!


“Over The River (and Hill!) and Through the Woods….”

Held on Lorain County Community College's Cross Country Course
Elyria, Ohio
Thanksgiving Morning
Thursday, November 24, 2016 
9:00 a.m.

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$20.00 with long sleeve t-shirt 
$10.00 without t-shirt   

Pay by check or MO & mail to:

LCCC, H.P.E.R. Division
Attention: Jim Powers
1005 N. Abbe Road
Elyria, OH 44035

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.lorainccc.edu or http://www.peaceracing.com/
Age Divisions:

13 and under
19-24, 25-29
30-34, 35-39
40-44, 45-49
50-54, 55-59
60-64, 65 & over


Awards to top 5 Male & Female overall & top three in each age group.
Awards to “youngest turkey”, “oldest turkey”, “longest migration”, “last turkey into the barn”
Awards & drawings will be conducted indoors in the Gymnasium.
Stay for the raffle-great prizes!!!
Door prize winners must be present!

Turkey Trot Sponsored by LCCC Health, Physical Education & Recreation

For more information contact Jim Powers at the LCCC H.P.E.R. office
   440- 366-7652 or jpowers@lorainccc.edu


2015 Results:

Thank you to all who participated in the 2015 Penton Memorial 10K Cross Country Turkey Trot.

2015 Results by Group

2015 Overall Results  



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