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Circle Trot goes virtual

October 15, 2020
PLYMOUTH — Remember the Circle Trot? Lots of people gathered to run or walk to help support the wonderful Circle Program? Well the good news is that Circle is still having the Trot. But, as with so many other groups, they have made it a virtual one, asking participants to race but with a covid-safe friend or group.

This year's Trot will be a week-long event in order to allow participants to work around their personal schedules. Race week began last Saturday, and continues through this Sunday until 7 p.m.

Chelsea Francek, the new Executive Director of Circle Program, described what's different about this year's race, explaining "We still really want this to be a community event and a way for folks to get to know the Program. This year, every registrant will receive not only a race t-shirt but also the brief story and interests of one of our Circle girls. We hope that by getting to know our wonderful girls and racing 'together,' that all of us will strengthen our community"

Registration is online through Circle Program's website. Francek said that the flexibility of this year's race format allows people to register for the race or to offer a donation towards the race without racing.

"People can walk, run or hike," Francek said. "Whatever way they have of participating in this community event, is wonderful and very appreciated!"

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