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Hobble/Gobble Prediction R-W, Heuvelton Gobbler Gallop Set

The Hobble Gobble Prediction Run/Walk and the Heuvelton Gobbler Gallop will give area runners and walkers two outstanding events for the Thanksgiving Season.

Both are directed by Jacqueline Bill who has assumed the helm of the Hobble/Gobble event from longtime director Derry Loucks who moved the event to the West Potsdam Fire Hall and nutured its growth to the largest road race ever in St. Lawrence County.

November 23, 2019 (Saturday)

Hobble Gobble Prediction Walk/Run

Potsdam, NY 11:00AM West Potsdam Bingo Hall 77 Blanchard Rd.

Contact: Jacqueline Bill,

The 22nd Hobble Gobble Prediction Walk/Run to benefit the Potsdam Holiday Fund and other local organizations will be held on Saturday November 23, 2019. Come join us for food, prizes, camaraderie, and fitness!

Participants should register on line on the event's website or on or by contact Jacqueline Bill .


November 28, 2019 (Thursday)

Heuvelton Gobbler Gallop

Heuvelton, NY 9:00AM Heuvelton Fire Department 95 State Street

Contact: Jacqueline Bill,

Come join our Thanksgiving Day 5k(ish) walk/run in the village of Heuvelton. The entry fee for this event is two or more non-perishable food items to benefit the Heuvelton Food Pantries and Potsdam Humane Society

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