Allie Rush, 9, a fourth-grader, juggles with her mom Melissa Gatchet during conferences at Helen Haller Elementary to demonstrate how the Heart Tech Plus program works. It’s one of the programs the school’s PTO is raising funds for at the Turkey Trot. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Helen Haller does the Turkey Trot

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