Guthrie Gallop raises $11,000 to support Guthrie programs

The 35th Annual Guthrie Gallop, held in Sayre, Pa., raised more than $11,000 to support Guthrie programs.

Proceeds will benefit Guthrie’s Sports Medicine Fund to be used for projects that educate, prevent and treat sports related injuries and Camp Sensation, a day camp run by the Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital Pediatric Therapy Clinic. The camp provides creative activities that foster abilities in motor development, language, and socialization and play skills for children with special needs and their siblings.

The Guthrie Gallop is the first race in the Guthrie Race Series, sponsored by the Robert Packer Hospital Auxiliary. Runners who compete in the Guthrie Gallop and the Sayre Turkey Trot, to be held on Thanksgiving Day, receive an exclusive Guthrie Race Series gift. 

For more information about the Sayre Turkey Trot and the Guthrie Race Series, visit

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