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Students from Pusch Ridge Christian Academy, faculty and members of the community participated in a Mud Run fundraiser on March 2.
A few weeks ago I was asked if I would like to participate in Pusch Ridge Christian Academy’s Mud Run fundraiser by running in the race. I have always wanted to participate in a Warrior Dash or similar activity, so a two-mile race around the school’s campus sounded like a great introduction to what I thought I wanted to do.
Holding hands and skipping, a group of students make their way down the final stretch of the Mud Run fundraiser at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy.
Pusch Ridge Christian Academy sophomore Connor Reilly leaps head first onto an inflatable slide, one of the many obstacles on the Mud Run course at the school during its fundraiser last week.
Eighth-grader Camron Vick makes his way through a water- and mud-filled trough obstacle called “The Dead Sea” at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy Friday during the Mud Run fundraiser.
Another week into this journey. I was sore again this week and could not walk without feeling pain in every muscle in my legs-for 3 days! The day after my tough workout session with Zach, I was getting ready to go into the gym and my son asked, "Mom, how are you going to do the elliptical if you can't even walk?!" I thought"good question! I have no idea!" But somehow my body managed and I did it.
The Northwest EXPLORER's coverage of Oro Valley's March 12 primary election continues with in-depth profiles of the mayoral candidates. The coverage will continue in the next two issues with the council and mayoral candidates' responses to general leadership questions on Jan. 30 and an issue-related questionnaire on Feb. 6.