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  • VIDEO: 2015 Oly Trot features cold, brave runners

    Over 1,000 registered runners braved the dry, cold Thanksgiving Day morning for the annual Oly Trot Four Mile Family Fun Run in downtown Olympia. Hosted by the Guerrilla Running Racing Club and featuring a drop-off donation site for the Thurston County Food Bank the day began with a free, half-mile "Tot Trot" for around 100 kids 8 years old and younger right before the main event.

Over 1,000 registered runners braved the dry, cold Thanksgiving Day morning for the annual Oly Trot Four Mile Family Fun Run in downtown Olympia. Hosted by the Guerrilla Running Racing Club and featuring a drop-off donation site for the Thurston County Food Bank the day began with a free, half-mile "Tot Trot" for around 100 kids 8 years old and younger right before the main event. By Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Over 1,000 registered runners braved the dry, cold Thanksgiving Day morning for the annual Oly Trot Four Mile Family Fun Run in downtown Olympia. Hosted by the Guerrilla Running Racing Club and featuring a drop-off donation site for the Thurston County Food Bank the day began with a free, half-mile "Tot Trot" for around 100 kids 8 years old and younger right before the main event. By Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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