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RECREATION | Webster Turkey Trot/YMCA Turkey Classic 

If you're looking for a marathon to run, there are two coming up you won't to miss. Why? Because you get to eat turkey when it's all over.

First, the YMCA Turkey Classic will be taking place this Sunday, November 24, at the Southeast Family YMCA (111 E. Jefferson Road). It starts with a 1-mile family fun run at 8:10 a.m., followed by the 5-mile race at 9 a.m. There is a post-race awards ceremony, and of course the pre-Thanksgiving feast. Check out rochesterymca.org/turkeyclassic for full details.

Then on Thanksgiving Day — Thursday, November 28 — a long-standing tradition will continue as the 42nd Webster Turkey Trot will take place at Webster Park (255 Holt Road). This one has two races as well, with a 4.4-mile race at 10 a.m., and a 2.5-mile fun run at 10:10 a.m. There will also be a feast waiting for you at the end. Registration fee for each race is $20. Go to yellowjacketracing.com/webster-turkey-trot for more info.

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