SDJA’s Turkey Trot returns

Save room on Thanksgiving morning for a 5K.

San Diego Jewish Academy will hold its third annual Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk at 8 a.m. Nov. 26. Participants run and walk on a scenic 3.1-mile course on the CVREP bike path along Highway 56, off Carmel Creek Road.

A post-race party on the SDJA football field will have a raffle, prizes, costume contest and goodies from Clif Bar, Souplantation, Jimbo’s and more. Everyone receives a T-shirt and goodie bag, and participants younger than 12 trot for free. The event supports school athletics and the Hand Up Youth Food Pantry.

The entry fee is $29; register online at active.com or SDJA.com. Pre-race registration will also be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 25 at the school.

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  5. ‘Lincoln’ helps in SDJA read-a-thon

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