Muddy Mongrels obstacle course team raising money for United Way

HERALD file photo In this photo from 2017, Kandis Davis, left, and Meghan Bias, members of the Howard County Muddy Mongrels team, train for last year's Tough Mudder event. The team is again seeking sponsors and donations for this year's event, which is scheduled for Sept. 29, to raise money for the 2019 United Way campaign.
By: 
Roger Cline
Staff Writer

For the second year in a row, Big Spring's Muddy Mongrels are participating in a Tough Mudder, and you can help!
What does all that mean, you ask?
The Muddy Mongrels are the local United Way's team who will compete in the 10-mile long Tough Mudder obstacle course in the Dallas/Fort Worth area September 29.
"It's an obstacle race," said United Way Director Meghan Bias, who is part of the Muddy Mongrels team. "It is 10 miles and 22 obstacles. That's what the team will be doing. You go through mud and the whole gamut."
Bias said the team is accepting sponsors through Sept. 12.

For the full story, please see Friday's edition of the Herald.

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