by Matthew Wilson
BARTON — The streets here were filled with jogging and walking people on Thanksgiving morning as the annual Turkey Trot returned. The event had seen a pause during the coronavirus pandemic but, following the two-year hiatus, the benefit run once more welcomed runners to come out before the feasting of the holiday began.
Before the running started, the participants collected their numbers at the Barton Memorial Building. Gail Robitaille, one of the event’s organizers, was happy to see so many people coming out to both run and spectate.
“We had almost 150 pre-registered runners,” Ms. Robitaille said. …
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