Thanksgiving morning race expected to again draw hundreds to Cashiers

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Registration for the Gobble on the Green 5K is going on now

  • A 500-strong mass of runners exit “Cashiers Car Wash” Thanksgiving morning and scamper eastward up a slight hill on Frank Allen Road as they make their way to Cashiers Lake during the 2018 Gobble on the Green 5K road race. (Photo by Irv Welling.)
    A 500-strong mass of runners exit “Cashiers Car Wash” Thanksgiving morning and scamper eastward up a slight hill on Frank Allen Road as they make their way to Cashiers Lake during the 2018 Gobble on the Green 5K road race. (Photo by Irv Welling.)
  • Seasonal Cashiers residents, from left, Jim Vonthron, Amanda Vonthron and Kristina Bond show off their turkey caps before the 2018 race. Many race participants wear zany costumes -- even if you aren’t participating, it’s entertaining to come out to the Village Green Commons Thanksgiving morning and check them out. (Photo by Don Richeson.)
    Seasonal Cashiers residents, from left, Jim Vonthron, Amanda Vonthron and Kristina Bond show off their turkey caps before the 2018 race. Many race participants wear zany costumes -- even if you aren’t participating, it’s entertaining to come out to the Village Green Commons Thanksgiving morning and check them out. (Photo by Don Richeson.)
CASHIERS -- Organizers expect that the second annual Thanksgiving Day Gobble on the Green 5K will again draw hundreds of participants to Cashiers. More than 500 runners from 27 states competed in…

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