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Corvallis hosts its 19th annual Turkey trot this Thursday beginning from Crystal Lake. 
This event put on by the city of Corvallis Parks and Recreation, will consist of 5K and 10K races for adults and teens with the addition of a 1K race for kids under 12 years old. 

The race plans to have different paths for each length offered.

5K runners running a lap throughout the park and South Corvallis with 10K runners running extra distance around the park. 1K runners will be running a straight line through the park.

While online registrations have already been closed down, there is still availability for registering during the packet pickup at 7:30am on the day of the race.

Preview; Corvallis Turkey Trot

Vincent Ho, News Contributor
November 23, 2022

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