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FFA-FCCLA Center hosts 3rd Annual Udder Mud Run
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The Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center will host the Udder Mud Run on Saturday.

The Udder Mud Run is a fundraising event aimed to create a family-safe, exciting, fun day of climbing, crawling, jumping, running and jogging.

There are two different courses that accommodate all ages and family sizes: The longer 7k or the shorter Family and Friends 1 miler. The 7k has over 25 interesting and challenging obstacles; the Family and Friends 1 miler has around 10-15 obstacles.

With close to 1,200 participants last year, the Udder Mud Run is one of the fastest growing mud runs in the region. It is designed to accommodate participants of all ages and abilities, with previous participants ranging from 3 to 73 years old.
The Udder Mud Run is a fundraiser event to benefit the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center. The Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center is a 500 acre facility started in 1937. The facility hosts programs and groups year-round. Although it is a state facility, the Center creates its own operating budget through programs and group rentals. (For more information, visit
If you are interested in participating in the event, being a sponsor, or being a spectator, please visit website, or contact the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center at 770-786-6926 X 8.