The 41st annual event benefits the Sophomore class of Brewer High School.

The event is this Sunday the 20th and it begins at 1 p.m. Registration takes place at Brewer High School in the cafeteria at 11 a.m.

The three-mile course begins on Dirigo Drive, turns near the Ciancette Building, and finishes back toward Brewer High School.

There is also a one-mile run for kids which begins at 12:30 p.m.

The cost is $25 for the 3-mile race. For the fun one-mile run it is $15.

Brewer High School
Brewer High School

And if you can not make it to the event and would like to make a contribution to the cause, you can do a virtual run at $25 for a 3-miler, and $15 for a one-mile virtual run.

You can write a check to Brewer High School and mail it to Brewer High School, Attn: Tracy Goodrich, 79 Parkway South, Brewer, ME 04412 image image

Asia Decker, Brewer High Teacher and Brewer High alum says:

All of the money raised goes directly towards the sophomore class. They have several fundraising events in high school, and the money goes toward their prom, graduation, and hopefully an end-of-the year gift. This group has been a ton of fun to work with.


We have been so  impressed and appreciative of the generous donations made by our community. Whether is has been turkey, gift certificates, funds, or time, this event has truly brought out the spirit of giving.

There are awards at the completion.

A turkey prize to first-place finishers in the male and female divisions and all age categories.

Other random draws for additional prizes. Plus a dollar from each entry goes into a grand drawing.

Wouldn’t that be nice?

And what is really nice, is that the sophomore class at Brewer High raises funds, and has some turkey fun too.

The Turkey Trot tradition rolls on. Get started with information to sign up here. 

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