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The Run Turkey Run 5k

Start your Thanksgiving holiday with a scenic autumn run through the city streets of Watertown, Wisconsin!

All proceeds from this event go to Watertown Family Aid which benefits local families in need obtain shoes, boots, coats, and food.

Thursday, November 22, 2012 in Watertown, WI

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