Almost 600 participate in seventh annual Turkey Trot 5K


Annual run benefits Children’s Therapy Center

RJ Hladik gives his dad Bob Hladik a high five as he runs the seventh annual Turkey Trot 5K Thanksgiving morning as Katelin Hladik takes photos of the pair at County Distributing Co. Katelin said the family is from Omaha, Nebraska, but was in Sedalia for Thanksgiving to join her dad Paul Beykirch, who was helping with the annual event as a representative of County Distributing. “We usually run, but we get to cheer this year,” she said. RJ later joined his dad to run with him across the finish line.


Ryan Farrell, of Sedalia, is the second runner to cross the finish line during Thursday’s Turkey Trot 5K. Farrell was running with his friend, Jacob Rosendale, also of Sedalia, who came in fourth. Rosendale said he came in first place last year.


Paul Beykirch, of County Distributing Co., is in the Thanksgiving spirit in his turkey costume as he shares the microphone with Center for Human Services Executive Director Ann Graff during announcements before runners hit the track Thursday morning. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit the Children’s Therapy Center.


Almost 600 runners start the Turkey Trot 5K as Paul Beykirch gives the signal Thursday morning.


Gracie Hollrah, left, and Sydney Hollrah, both of Columbia, pin their numbers to their shirts before starting the Turkey Trot 5K. The pair said their grandma lives in Sedalia, and they haven’t participated in the Turkey Trot in Sedalia but have run the 5K in another city.


Annual run benefits Children’s Therapy Center

RJ Hladik gives his dad Bob Hladik a high five as he runs the seventh annual Turkey Trot 5K Thanksgiving morning as Katelin Hladik takes photos of the pair at County Distributing Co. Katelin said the family is from Omaha, Nebraska, but was in Sedalia for Thanksgiving to join her dad Paul Beykirch, who was helping with the annual event as a representative of County Distributing. “We usually run, but we get to cheer this year,” she said. RJ later joined his dad to run with him across the finish line.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715TurkeyTrot-1.jpgRJ Hladik gives his dad Bob Hladik a high five as he runs the seventh annual Turkey Trot 5K Thanksgiving morning as Katelin Hladik takes photos of the pair at County Distributing Co. Katelin said the family is from Omaha, Nebraska, but was in Sedalia for Thanksgiving to join her dad Paul Beykirch, who was helping with the annual event as a representative of County Distributing. “We usually run, but we get to cheer this year,” she said. RJ later joined his dad to run with him across the finish line.

Ryan Farrell, of Sedalia, is the second runner to cross the finish line during Thursday’s Turkey Trot 5K. Farrell was running with his friend, Jacob Rosendale, also of Sedalia, who came in fourth. Rosendale said he came in first place last year.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715TurkeyTrot-2.jpgRyan Farrell, of Sedalia, is the second runner to cross the finish line during Thursday’s Turkey Trot 5K. Farrell was running with his friend, Jacob Rosendale, also of Sedalia, who came in fourth. Rosendale said he came in first place last year.

Paul Beykirch, of County Distributing Co., is in the Thanksgiving spirit in his turkey costume as he shares the microphone with Center for Human Services Executive Director Ann Graff during announcements before runners hit the track Thursday morning. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit the Children’s Therapy Center.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715TurkeyTrot-3.jpgPaul Beykirch, of County Distributing Co., is in the Thanksgiving spirit in his turkey costume as he shares the microphone with Center for Human Services Executive Director Ann Graff during announcements before runners hit the track Thursday morning. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit the Children’s Therapy Center.

Almost 600 runners start the Turkey Trot 5K as Paul Beykirch gives the signal Thursday morning.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715TurkeyTrot-4.jpgAlmost 600 runners start the Turkey Trot 5K as Paul Beykirch gives the signal Thursday morning.

Gracie Hollrah, left, and Sydney Hollrah, both of Columbia, pin their numbers to their shirts before starting the Turkey Trot 5K. The pair said their grandma lives in Sedalia, and they haven’t participated in the Turkey Trot in Sedalia but have run the 5K in another city.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715TurkeyTrot-5.jpgGracie Hollrah, left, and Sydney Hollrah, both of Columbia, pin their numbers to their shirts before starting the Turkey Trot 5K. The pair said their grandma lives in Sedalia, and they haven’t participated in the Turkey Trot in Sedalia but have run the 5K in another city.

RJ Hladik gives his dad Bob Hladik a high five as he runs the seventh annual Turkey Trot 5K Thanksgiving morning as Katelin Hladik takes photos of the pair at County Distributing Co. Katelin said the family is from Omaha, Nebraska, but was in Sedalia for Thanksgiving to join her dad Paul Beykirch, who was helping with the annual event as a representative of County Distributing. “We usually run, but we get to cheer this year,” she said. RJ later joined his dad to run with him across the finish line.

Ryan Farrell, of Sedalia, is the second runner to cross the finish line during Thursday’s Turkey Trot 5K. Farrell was running with his friend, Jacob Rosendale, also of Sedalia, who came in fourth. Rosendale said he came in first place last year.

Paul Beykirch, of County Distributing Co., is in the Thanksgiving spirit in his turkey costume as he shares the microphone with Center for Human Services Executive Director Ann Graff during announcements before runners hit the track Thursday morning. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit the Children’s Therapy Center.

Almost 600 runners start the Turkey Trot 5K as Paul Beykirch gives the signal Thursday morning.

Gracie Hollrah, left, and Sydney Hollrah, both of Columbia, pin their numbers to their shirts before starting the Turkey Trot 5K. The pair said their grandma lives in Sedalia, and they haven’t participated in the Turkey Trot in Sedalia but have run the 5K in another city.

Sedalia Democrat
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