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Beth Sinemus, Jory Boudreaux and Annawyn Boudreaux (pictured left to right) show off their Turkey Trot attire after crossing the finish line. The 5K run on Nov. 9 drew more than 50 participants made up of AEDC staff, their families and retirees and service members at Arnold AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend) Return of Turkey Trot draws dozens of runners
The vibrant hues of the falling leaves blanketing the ground outside the Arnold Air Force Base Administration & Engineering Building along with the crisp autumn air created an ideal backdrop as AEDC team members and local community lined up to take part in a pre-Thanksgiving tradition, the AEDC Turkey Trot.The 32nd annual Turkey Trot was Nov. 9 and
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Local youth participate in the America’s Kids Run, in which ages 5-13 ran a 1-mile course at their own pace. The America’s Kids Run is part of Armed Forces Day activities worldwide at all branches of military bases giving children a noncompetitive outlet to express their love for the sport. In addition to the America’s Kids Run, a 5K and 10K were held, open to people of all ages, and 10 award medals were presented by Col. Rodney Todaro, AEDC Commander, and Ron Stephenson, Services Fitness Center Manager. All runners also received a moisture wicking event t-shirt and a drawstring backpack with various promotional items for participating. (Photos provided) Arnold Services completes second Rock-It Run, looking forward to 2018 event
Arnold Air Force Base Services held its second annual Rock-It Run May 20 at Arnold Golf Course.The event consisted of an America’s Kids Run, a 5K and a 10K, as well as other activities, such as music with a disc jockey and yard games.The morning started with the America’s Kids Run, where ages 5-13 ran a 1-mile road course at their own pace. All
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