Students plan food drive to help Tootie


Tootie the Traveling Tutu’d Turkey is visiting with her friends at Northwood Elementary School this week. Members of the school’s student council always support Tootie and the annual Thanksgiving Day 5K run/Walk to End Hunger sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church of Sidney by holding a food drive at the school. If students at the school reach their goal in food collections, Principal Eric Barr has agreed to wear a turkey costume at school on Nov. 22. This year’s Turkey Trot will be held Thursday, Nov. 24, at 8:30 a.m. at the church. So far in her journeys leading up to the Turkey Trot, Tootie has visited the Sidney Police Department to file paperwork for the 5K run/walk; Panache Day Spa, where her feathers were fluffed for the big day; Shelby Chiropractic Health Center where her shoes were checked to make sure she doesn’t need new orthotics before the 5K; and Davis Meats where she ordered a ham for her holiday feast.

Tootie the Traveling Tutu’d Turkey is visiting with her friends at Northwood Elementary School this week. Members of the school’s student council always support Tootie and the annual Thanksgiving Day 5K run/Walk to End Hunger sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church of Sidney by holding a food drive at the school. If students at the school reach their goal in food collections, Principal Eric Barr has agreed to wear a turkey costume at school on Nov. 22. This year’s Turkey Trot will be held Thursday, Nov. 24, at 8:30 a.m. at the church. So far in her journeys leading up to the Turkey Trot, Tootie has visited the Sidney Police Department to file paperwork for the 5K run/walk; Panache Day Spa, where her feathers were fluffed for the big day; Shelby Chiropractic Health Center where her shoes were checked to make sure she doesn’t need new orthotics before the 5K; and Davis Meats where she ordered a ham for her holiday feast.


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Tootie the Traveling Tutu’d Turkey is visiting with her friends at Northwood Elementary School this week. Members of the school’s student council always support Tootie and the annual Thanksgiving Day 5K run/Walk to End Hunger sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church of Sidney by holding a food drive at the school. If students at the school reach their goal in food collections, Principal Eric Barr has agreed to wear a turkey costume at school on Nov. 22. This year’s Turkey Trot will be held Thursday, Nov. 24, at 8:30 a.m. at the church. So far in her journeys leading up to the Turkey Trot, Tootie has visited the Sidney Police Department to file paperwork for the 5K run/walk; Panache Day Spa, where her feathers were fluffed for the big day; Shelby Chiropractic Health Center where her shoes were checked to make sure she doesn’t need new orthotics before the 5K; and Davis Meats where she ordered a ham for her holiday feast.

Tootie the Traveling Tutu’d Turkey is visiting with her friends at Northwood Elementary School this week. Members of the school’s student council always support Tootie and the annual Thanksgiving Day 5K run/Walk to End Hunger sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church of Sidney by holding a food drive at the school. If students at the school reach their goal in food collections, Principal Eric Barr has agreed to wear a turkey costume at school on Nov. 22. This year’s Turkey Trot will be held Thursday, Nov. 24, at 8:30 a.m. at the church. So far in her journeys leading up to the Turkey Trot, Tootie has visited the Sidney Police Department to file paperwork for the 5K run/walk; Panache Day Spa, where her feathers were fluffed for the big day; Shelby Chiropractic Health Center where her shoes were checked to make sure she doesn’t need new orthotics before the 5K; and Davis Meats where she ordered a ham for her holiday feast.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/10/web1_TootieatNorthwood.jpgTootie the Traveling Tutu’d Turkey is visiting with her friends at Northwood Elementary School this week. Members of the school’s student council always support Tootie and the annual Thanksgiving Day 5K run/Walk to End Hunger sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church of Sidney by holding a food drive at the school. If students at the school reach their goal in food collections, Principal Eric Barr has agreed to wear a turkey costume at school on Nov. 22. This year’s Turkey Trot will be held Thursday, Nov. 24, at 8:30 a.m. at the church. So far in her journeys leading up to the Turkey Trot, Tootie has visited the Sidney Police Department to file paperwork for the 5K run/walk; Panache Day Spa, where her feathers were fluffed for the big day; Shelby Chiropractic Health Center where her shoes were checked to make sure she doesn’t need new orthotics before the 5K; and Davis Meats where she ordered a ham for her holiday feast. Courtesy photo