Rocky City Hash House Harriers’ Pink Breast Run raises funds for cause close to their hearts


The Rocky City Hash House Harriers get ready for their run through the streets of Rockingham to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation.
The Rocky City Hash House Harriers get ready for their run through the streets of Rockingham to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation.

MORE than 100 runners took to the streets of Rockingham creating a brilliant flash of pink in their weird and wonderful costumes to raise funds for a foundation close to their hearts.

The Rocky City Hash House Harriers were taking part in their fifth annual Pink Breast Run and raised $1850 for the Breast Cancer Foundation.

Group representative Sharleene Nash said they started the event after one of their members was diagnosed with breast cancer.

The annual run attracts runners from other clubs such as Mandurah, Hamersley, Bullsbrook and even Derby.

“There is never a lack of festivities among Hashers, they all enjoyed a wonderful night with a traditional run followed by fundraising activities and of course plenty of posing for photos to show off their creative pink attire,” Ms Nash said.

Hash house harriers are non-competitive running social clubs that operate all over the world.

The club welcomes new members and meet every Tuesday night at 6.30pm.

Further details, visit www.rch3.net.au.

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