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Mud Run in Lake Villa Township

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  • Connor Kozanecki, 10, of Lindenhurst goes down the water slide near the finish of Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.

       Connor Kozanecki, 10, of Lindenhurst goes down the water slide near the finish of Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Lisa Kozanecki of Lake Villa laughs as she finishes Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.

       Lisa Kozanecki of Lake Villa laughs as she finishes Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Lee Simone, 10, of Lake Villa exits the "spider web" obstacle during Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.

       Lee Simone, 10, of Lake Villa exits the "spider web" obstacle during Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Amy Hettlinger of Lindenhurst negotiates an obstacle during Saturday's Mud run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.

       Amy Hettlinger of Lindenhurst negotiates an obstacle during Saturday's Mud run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Larry Appelbaum of Vernon Hills and his daughter, Carlee, compete in Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.

       Larry Appelbaum of Vernon Hills and his daughter, Carlee, compete in Saturday's Mud Run at Caboose Park in Lake Villa.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff report

The Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce held its second annual 5K Mud Run on Saturday at Caboose Park in Lake Villa Township.

The obstacle race ran over the hills and through woods, swamps and ponds. There was a minimum of 12 obstacles on the course, officials said.

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There was also a course for children, who are 13 and younger.

Participants received a T-shirt, and there were awards for best time for men and women, muddiest runner and best costume.

Proceeds benefit the chamber's scholarship fund and local service organizations.

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