People Get Muddy For A Good Cause


This morning people were getting dirty for a good cause.

The Mud Happens race was at Phil Moore Park in Alvaton.

Racers climbed and slid down mud hills, crawled through ice-cold water and thick mud pits and several other obstacles.

People who were there said it was the best race they've participated in, and it was all to support the Family Enrichment Center.

"All of the proceeds benefit child abuse prevention right here in our community. So it's a good cause and the money stays right here to help kids," said Lynn Hulsey, the director of programs at the Family Enrichment Center.

Hulsey said at least 700 people showed up to race.

She said they did a mud run last year, but it was the first time for "Mud Happens" because they wanted to switch up the course for return racers.


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