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Up, Down and Dirty for a Cure – Mud Run – Photos

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The American Cancer Society, Diamond Lake Campground and Resort and WBKR presented “Up, Down and Dirty for a Cure!”  WBKR hosted the first-ever “Mud Run” in Daviess County  Saturday, April 20th and Sunday, April 21st at Diamond Lake Campground and Resort.

Up, Down and Dirty for a Cure is an extreme 5k foot race that features rough terrain, military-style obstacles, mud and water.

All proceeds from the event benefit the American Cancer Society and Relay For Life, which is set for 6pm, Friday, May 17th at Diamond Lake Campground and Resort!

TSMOwensboro's Mud Run 2013 album on Photobucket

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