It's perfect: 10K length (getting hard to find), great course and location (plenty of parking and indoor bathrooms), long sleeve tech wear (that fits), chocolate milk at the finish, and all for a local charity. Oh, and anniversary patches!
This race is awesome. The people are friendly. The packet pick up is easy and parking is no problem. The best part is that First Bible Baptist allows race participants to stay warm inside prior to the race. They also have ample indoor bathrooms.
This was the 29th running of this event. All due respect to the other races on Thanksgiving, especially the Turkey Trot in Webster and the Feast of Burden within the city of Rochester, but this is a Runner of the Year series race for a good reason.