Miss Muddy: Banksia Grove and Joondalup Girl Guides tackle messy obstacle course


Girl Guides from Banksia Grove and Joondalup took part in Miss Muddy.
Girl Guides from Banksia Grove and Joondalup took part in Miss Muddy.

GIRL Guides from Banksia Grove and Joondalup recently got muddy to support cancer research.

The 10 girls aged 12 to 15, along with their leaders and mums, took on the 5km Miss Muddy fun run, which featured foam, inflatables, music, obstacles and plenty of mud.

“Miss Muddy is untimed and non-competitive and all about fun and inclusion so it was perfect for Girl Guides,” Banksia Grove leader Erin ‘Starfish’ Farley said.

“This year, Miss Muddy Perth supported Tour de Cure, which is raising funds for cancer research, support and prevention.

“The Guides had a lot of fun and enjoyed posing for muddy photos afterwards.”

Banksia Grove Girl Guides is looking for new leaders.

The unit has a fun term planned that includes a high tea, tie-dying, yoga and a pamper party.

There are also some vacancies for girls to join.

For more information, email Inger via membersupport@girlguideswa.org.au or call 9479 9800.

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