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Jimmy Micikas, dressed as a butcher, chases his sister Mary Micikas, dressed as a turkey, while they finish running the 2012 Turkey Trot five-mile race Thursday morning at Fort Lewis College. About 400 runners showed up for this year’s race, raising more than $3,000. Half of the money goes to the FLC cross country team, and the rest goes to Manna Soup Kitchen and La Plata County Humane Society. Enlargephoto

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Jimmy Micikas, dressed as a butcher, chases his sister Mary Micikas, dressed as a turkey, while they finish running the 2012 Turkey Trot five-mile race Thursday morning at Fort Lewis College. About 400 runners showed up for this year’s race, raising more than $3,000. Half of the money goes to the FLC cross country team, and the rest goes to Manna Soup Kitchen and La Plata County Humane Society.

Marty Moses, dressed as a parrot, is cheered while running in the 2012 Turkey Trot five-mile race along with his wife, Deb, and son Quinn, 14 months, in the stroller, on Thursday morning at Fort Lewis College. About 400 runners showed up for this year’s race, raising more than ,000. Half of the money goes to the FLC cross country team, and the rest goes to Manna Soup Kitchen and La Plata County Humane Society. Enlargephoto

JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald

Marty Moses, dressed as a parrot, is cheered while running in the 2012 Turkey Trot five-mile race along with his wife, Deb, and son Quinn, 14 months, in the stroller, on Thursday morning at Fort Lewis College. About 400 runners showed up for this year’s race, raising more than ,000. Half of the money goes to the FLC cross country team, and the rest goes to Manna Soup Kitchen and La Plata County Humane Society.