Looking for a way to support a great ministry?
VOLUNTEER for our annual MACON MUD RUN at Hephzibah Children’s Home.
Volunteering @ this event gets you:
1. a free volunteer shirt
2. a packed lunch of the Race Director’s choosing (It’s yummy, we promise!)
3. a chance to cheer on family/your local community participants
4. a chance to run the race AFTER the event finishes. At approximately 3:00pm on race day, once the course is cleaned up from racers, any volunteers who wish to run the course will meet at the start line and GET MUDDY!
What is the Macon Mud Run?
This is a one of a kind, MUD FILLED event drawing people from Macon, GA and surrounding communities annually. Full of obstacles, mud pits, and lots of Georgia clay-mudded people, this race is sure to leave a lasting memory for all who partake. We operate three race types: 7k, 5k, and 1k mini-mudder. A great event for the whole family!
How long is this event?
Our first wave of racers leave the starting line @ 9:00am sharp, so we’d like all our volunteers at the race site no later than 7:30am (to assist with final set up, and to find your place on the course/help with parking, etc!)
Our mini-mudder race begins at approximately 1:00pm (following the finish of all adult participants on the course). We will begin some light course clean up at this time – and meet back at the finish area to cheer on all those muddy little munchkins finishing their race! After this, we will offer a volunteer run of the course at approximately 2:30 or 3:00pm.
When can I pick up my t-shirt and information about the course?
We will be having a VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION the Wednesday evening prior to the race March 21st @ 6:30pm at Hephzibah Children’s Home gymnasium.
(We will offer some refreshments and give you the low-down on the course/strategy for Saturday’s race! Please plan for about an hour for this meeting! Thank you!!)
**All proceeds from this event go directly to funding and providing care for foster and at-risk teens in the middle GA area ,currently placed at Hephzibah Children’s Home. This includes teen girls, boys, and teen mothers/babies. **