You don’t need the new year to start new traditions, and we’ve got a good list for you to start with.

  1. Turkey Trot: Are you part of a family that runs 5Ks on Thanksgiving? If not, it’s never too late to start this tradition. No we’re serious! This is a great way to get the whole family outside! According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 93% of their life indoors. So get out and get active! Burn those extra calories so you can help yourself to another plate of deliciousness on Thanksgiving.
  2. Time To Get Competitive: When you’re done eating your Thanksgiving meal, you’ll most likely have some downtime. A great way to spend time with your family or friends is to play a friendly game of flag football, a card game or a board game. Maybe you have a relative that ALWAYS wins- this could be your year to show them who’s the boss!
  3. Serve Your Local Community: Thanksgiving marks the start of the season of giving. Many soup kitchens or food pantries could use an extra set of hands on this holiday. Better yet, get the whole family to volunteer. You can even participate in a coat drive, a canned food drive or blood drive. There is no better day than Thanksgiving Day to pay it forward, and doesn’t it make us all feel good doing so?
  4. Television Traditions: There are many programs to watch on Thanksgiving Day and we’ve got your traditional TV guide all ready for you. Besides, you’ll need something to watch before you fall asleep for your post-turkey nap.
    1. The Macy’s Day Thanksgiving Day Parade
    2. NFL Games Schedule
    3. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
    4. The National Dog Show

We want to express to you our sincere appreciation for your support throughout the year. We are deeply thankful and extend to you our wishes for a happy and healthy Thanksgiving Day.

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