Part of what I do around here is that I keep the websites updated with community events and charitable efforts. And believe me when I say that Sedalia definitely has a charitable bent. One event that's coming up is a huge benefit for the Center for Human Services. Here's where you come in. CHS is signing up runners and walkers for their Turkey Trot. The 13h Annual 5k Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Fun Run/Walk will be on Thursday, November 25, at the County Distributing Company (Budweiser) 1800 Eagle View Drive.

Here's their rundown of events.

7:30 am-8:15 am Same Day Registration opens- NO shirt

8:30 am Races begin

*Please note that this is a rain or shine event, registration fees are non-refundable.

Not a runner? We've got you covered! At the Turkey Trot, we welcome all fitness and activity levels with running and walking options for each race.

Not going to be in town? No problem! Take the Turkey Trot "ON THE ROAD." You can run/walk wherever you might be, but don't forget to send us a selfie of you in your event shirt!

You are also invited to attend the 49th Annual Ham Breakfast following the race at the Sedalia Country Club. Tickets for the Ham Breakfast are $10 per person.

It's pretty much a tradition for a lot of people around here, to get some activity for a good cause in before they holidays truly kick off. It being around Thanksgiving time makes it ideal, cos now you've got a great excuse to give back and prove how thankful you really are.

Forms may be requested by calling 826-4400 ext. 368 or go online at and register here.

They are also looking for volunteers to assist with the event. Call Susan at 660-826-4400  for more information or to receive a registration form. Get your family together and join in on the fun!

Trotilly yours,

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