The event is a 5k walk or run, although many times you can see me out there waddling as well. Along the way there are people blaring music from their cars and cheering us on. It's one of my favorite events--it helps that it's usually on a cold, snowy morning, which is my kind of weather! There are fun prizes too, like apple pies and brownies!
We do a lot of community events and saw this kind of thing elsewhere, and just thought to ourselves, "Why don't we do one in Malone? We have a lot of families that do it and think it is great family time for the kids. While it is a small fundraiser, it's more just for fun.
And part of our organization's motto, Kids Matter Most, depends on more than just the financial aspect. Family time, fun, games, and prizes are what it's about as well. I have two, actually!
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Of course, my favorite was when there was a snowball fight in Arsenal Green with the kids. I just love that kind of stuff.
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But my second memory was when there was a wife who told her husband to run the trot because she didn't have time to bake a pie for Thanksgiving, and she wanted him to win one! First, since you don't have fur like I do, I suggest you dress warm, usually in layers. You can never have too many layers is what I always say. Don't eat before the event or you might just take a nap on the side of the road.
The event starts at 10 a. We always want to thank Dunkin' Donuts because they supply the families with coffee and hot cocoa. We suggest you register before because it makes it easier for my hooves--I don't have to write a bunch and get cramps in my hooves before I even start the trot!
It was my pleasure. I love talking about things going on in Malone and the surrounding area. There are a lot of great things here. And the Turkey Trot is really a great time, and I hope to see a lot of new people there as well as our familiar faces. See you soon!
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For those who don't know you, can I get your basics? You are the official spokes-mascot of Adirondack for Kids. Can you tell me a little about the organization? That's awesome and you are a great spokes-mascot. So let's get down to business. What is your one-liner explanation of the Turkey Trot? If that doesn't hook people, I don't know what will!
But, let's give everyone some more information. Why is the Turkey Trot part of Adk for Kids? What have been your favorite memories of the Turkey Trot?
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