6th Annual Gobble Wobble Race on November 4th



This Sunday, November 4th, the Germantown Athletic Club and Baptist Rehabilitation of Germantown present the 6th Annual Gobble Wobble 5k and Fun Run benefiting Baptist Rehabilitation Neurological Treatment Center.

This annual race, which begins and ends at the Germantown Athletic Club, provides food, fun, and activities for every age group. All participants receive a T-shirt, and top winners receive a Thanksgiving turkey. Don't miss out on this festive fall race benefiting this great cause.

For more information about the race please visit www.gobblewobble5k.com.

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