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Get muddy for a cause

| June 21, 2014

COSHOCTON – Hank Ring, Josh Shumate and Thomas Ring of Zanesville, were dirty and tired after completing the Indian Mud Run, which was held June 21, at Lake Park. “It was a lot of fun, but I’m tired,” said Thomas. The event is an obstacle course race that takes your through mud and this year there was plenty of it. “The (water) slide was fun but some of the ways between the obstacles were filled with mud and that was pretty fun too,” said Hank. Shumate also had another favorite part of the course. “The ice bath was pretty shocking,” he said. The trio plan to return for next year’s race and hope to bring more people with them. The Indian Mud Run was started as a way to raise funds for the Coshocton Park District, but now the organizers also donate proceeds to any volunteer fire department, REACT and sheriff auxiliary organizations that help on race day.

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