The 18th annual Trinity Trot Road Race will take place on Saturday, Oct. 19, starting at 10 a.m. in downtown Oakwood.<br />
Festivities will include a mile-run for kids with the 5K to follow. The race will begin around the playground and the Oakwood Family YMCA community center area.<br />
The Trinity Trot will benefit the South Hall Community Food Bank, and participants are encouraged to bring a can of food to donate. <br />
Cost is $25 per-registration or $30 day-of. This is a "Run and See Georgia" event.<br />
Forms are available at McEver Road United Methodist Church in Oakwood, or by going to www.mceverumc.org/trinity-trot. Contact Phil Olin at 770-318-8796 for more information. The race is sponsored by the McEver Road United Methodist Men.<br />
After 10 months, 35 races, nine elimination races, a lot of racing and just as much drama, it all came down to the final restart. Kyle Busch surged ahead of leader Brad Keselowski with just seven laps left in Sunday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, and sped away to not only score the victory, but to clinch his first career Sprint Cup Series championship.