- MUDGIRL // MUD RUN DEDICATED TO WOMEN!
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Tonight Mostly cloudy skies early, then partly cloudy after midnight. Sign in using your account Sign in. Don't have an account? Subscribe today. Manage account e-Newspaper Logout. Featured Realtors. To B2B or Not 2B. Park Ave. Literally thousands of people had plunked down their money for a chance to let their dirty side run wild.
And about everywhere she looked, all of those people were wearing a smile. It took two years, but Morris and others are now in the home stretch of bringing their mud-filled fun to Ravalli County.
Bib mailed to participant
The 5k adult course includes twice as many obstacles as the Missoula event. Youngsters ages 10 and under can navigate their own Munchkin course.
All of the proceeds will go directly into projects and events that promote conservation like the Fourth Grade Farm Fair, Sixth Grade Conservation Days, trail projects, cost-share for noxious weed control and more. Participants can enter raffles for prizes donated by community businesses and organizations by bringing items that local non-profits can use to help others. They can also donate their mud-covered shoes to Trapper Creek Job Corps for recycling. Organizers will hide hundreds of coins around the course that people can turn in at the prize table. I bet we have over prizes.
People all want to do what they can to make this a success. The Rocky Mountain Laboratories decontamination unit will help spray people down. Morris hopes one of the local volunteer fire departments will be there to help with that effort. The event is opening its doors to vendors of all shapes and forms to set up their booths for free at the airport during race day. If people want to set up, they are free to do so.
Parking will be at the Hamilton High School parking lot. Trapper Creek Job Corps buses will be shuttling people over to the airport to help avoid parking congestion.
This is just about having fun. All of the obstacles have been named for local wildlife. There should be something there for the whole family, from little kids all the way to their grandparents.
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