Before sitting down to that mouth-watering Thanksgiving meal with your family and friends at Trinity Bluff Urban Apartments on November 28, come work up a hunger with over 12,000 participants who make the Fort Worth Turkey Trot part of their Thanksgiving tradition. Put on by the Fort Worth YMCA, this event will not only get you out of bed and feeling good on Thanksgiving morning, but it also provides an opportunity to generously give back to your community. Proceeds benefit the scholarship and youth programs of the Westside YMCA.
This 32nd annual Fort Worth Turkey Trot includes a 5K, 10K, and 1K Gobbler Trot, beginning between 8 and 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Camp Bowie and Westridge. Most participants preregister since it is recommended to pick up race packets early; however, race day registration is open from 6 to 8 a.m. onsite. Registration fees start at $20 and go up to $35 by race day. You can even register your dog for a race!
Race participants and volunteers alike enjoy sharing their time and holiday spirit with their community. Come down and counteract those extra holiday calories at this top-ranked Fort Worth run. For more information, contact Trinity Bluff Urban Apartments today.
With Thanksgiving coming up, you are probably busy preparing what you want to serve for the feast. You have invited your guests and are planning the menu. However, you might not have thought about what is safe for your pet.
Is it OK to feed your pet some scraps from the table? Here are some tips on Thanksgiving pet safety and what foods are not safe to share.
Turkey is OK in small amounts, but be sure not to give any bones.
Pies of any kind are not ideal for a your animals, so avoid giving them some of the dessert.
The cream and butter in mashed potatoes and yams can be bad for your pets GI track.
Rolls are fine in small amounts.
Stuffing is an absolute no-no. It can be detrimental to your pets stomach health.
Remember, just because dinner is finished for you, doesn’t mean your pet is finished eating. Keep your pet off the counters and out of the garbage so that your little friend can stay safe this holiday.
Keep Thanksgiving pet safety in mind this year. If you would like more suggestions or have any questions, feel free to contact us at Trinity Bluff Urban Apartments in Fort Worth, TX.
Sourdough and Mushroom Stuffing. Source: countryliving.com
With Thanksgiving quickly sneaking up on us, you are probably already inviting guests to your apartment. Have you given any thought yet to what you are going to feed them? If you are debating what recipes you are going to share with your guests this Thanksgiving, then let us help.
It’s that time again to put on something pink for breast cancer awareness on Friday, October 18 at Trinity Bluff Urban Apartments. The third annual Communities for the Cure is an annual event to raise awareness about breast cancer. It is also a day to honor those who have survived the disease.
The event is once again being hosted by the Lincoln Property Company. Throughout the event, Lincoln Property employees will be available around the community with assorted events and activities, all in support of breast cancer awareness.
Bring your friends and family to participate in this special day by wearing something outstanding in pink. You’ll stand out as someone who knows and understands the significance of the color.
Set up your laptop and log in to your favorite social media site and share with others information about the event. Post pictures of residents and staff decked out in pink attire and share those, too, so everyone gets the idea of how supportive people can be for a worthy cause.
Contact us at our Fort Worth apartments at Trinity Bluff for information about our homes or stop by on Friday, October 18 and see, firsthand, the type of lifestyle available and the outstanding people involved in our community..