Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Family Services’ 10th annual Turkey Trot will be held Saturday, November 20, starting at 8 a.m. in Monticello.

This year, the race has the option to be in person or virtual.

The in-person 5k race will start and end on the Vera Lloyd campus at 745 Old Warren Road in Monticello. “Virtual” races can be run with friends, family, churches and organizations right from home. Just register online as a Virtual Participant, get your free race shirt and walk or run around your neighborhood.

To sign up, go HERE. Enter coupon code “trot2021” for 10 percent off of your race registration until November 14. Register before November 7 for a FREE, guaranteed race shirt.

About Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Family Services

Vera Lloyd has been caring for youth for more than 100 years. Over time, the programs have transformed to meet the changing needs of the children and families of Arkansas, but the purpose has remained the same: to share Christ’s healing love with children, youth and families in crisis.

Today, Vera Lloyd utilizes a 45-acre campus and trained staff to meet the needs of youth in foster care, the juvenile justice system, and homeless and near-homeless families through the Families in Transition program. Wrap around services such as financial coaching, life skills and higher education resources help launch these youth and families into brighter futures.