Get Your Tail Feathers Moving at the Annual Klineline Turkey Trot

          Don’t be chicken…come out on November 23rd and get your pre-dinner run on at the Annual Klineline Turkey Trot.

          Its more than just a 5k or 10k race, this local tradition donates 100% of the proceeds to Clark County Food Bank and provides a way for the community to come together and give back on this day of thanks.

          While all registered racers have the option to track their time via electronic chip, the course is not designed for you to have the fastest race time.

          Instead, the Turkey Trot exists as an opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving and support the community.

          All races start and finish at Klineline Pond and start at 9:00 am.

          After the race you can cool off in the Polar Bear Plunge…if you are brave enough.

          Join in on the fun and jump into the icy waters of Klineline Pond. As a reward, receive a special Polar Bear Plunge towel, certificate and squeeze toy.

          The Polar Bear Plunge will happen immediately following the trot at 10:00 am.

          Click HERE to register for either the Turkey Trot, Polar Bear Plunge or Both.

          This post: was originally featured on Clark County Live!

          For more detailed coverage of the People, Places, Activities, and Events throughout the neighborhoods of Clark County, please visit us at Clark County Live!

     is all about the People, Places, Activities and Events right here in Salmon Creek. This neighborhood site is brought to you by Live! Local Media, the same local folks who bring you the community site


              Log in with your credentials

              Forgot your details?