The Fort Wayne Galloping Gobbler welcomes the participants in the 2010 Fort4Fitness.
You have set an admirable goal this fall. Reap the rewards of your training by continuing the fun on Thanksgiving Day in Fort Wayne.
The Galloping Gobbler is Fort Wayne's new family tradition for Thanksgiving. Make room for the turkey and trimmings by running the four mile Galloping Gobbler course. It starts at the Hutzell Athletic Center on the campus of the University of St. Francis and then takes you through Fort Wayne's historic Lindenwood Cemetery before finishing back at campus.
A live band, a live turkey, a costume turkey mascot, D-tag timing electronic timing, and over 1500 runners make this a time to share with family and friends.
The run helps provide funds for the University, the St. Francis athletic program and the Boy Scouts.
You may register online or by mail.
There will be a new website soon that will provide all the great information on the Gobbler, The HUFF 50K Trail Run, the Father's Day Trail 5K and the Waterfall Trail 5K all on one site. Check back over the next few weeks for the launch of the new Veep Races site.