Turkey Trot helps stock the pantry shelves

Cross country team thanks supporters for making annual event a great success


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— It was a cold but rain-free morning on Nov. 18, when Delaware Valley's Cross Country Team hosted the fifth annual DV Turkey Trot 5K Race at Delaware Valley High School.

The runners and walkers, including Trotter the Turkey, navigated their way on the cross country course and finished on the stadium track. The participants were very generous with their donations of non-perishable foods items, which filled 12 large boxes with food donations. These items were distributed to the Ecumenical Food Pantry of Pike County and the Holy Trinity Food Pantry in Dingmans Ferry. A portion of the proceeds from the race were also donated to both food pantries.

WinnersThe male overall winners were as follows:

1st place — Jared Krick at 18:34.63.

2nd place — Vincent Schlenker at 18:52.49.

3rd place — Jonathan Roe at 19:00.54.

The female overall winners were as follows:

1st place — Laina Bogusta at 22:37.16.

2nd place — Veronika Orby at 24:09.24.

3rd place — Regan Curabba at 24:19.06.

Key Foods donated a frozen turkey for the top male and female race finishers.

A complete listing of results can be found at http://bit.ly/2DSHKlj.

"The cross country team would like to thank the race registrants for supporting our 5K run/walk," says the team. "We would also like to extend our sincere appreciation for the generous support of all of our sponsors from the tri-state area and the parents and student volunteers that assisted to make this event a success."



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