Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum plans to hold a second Reconciliation Fun Run in 2015
Go Getta Girls founder Colleen Gunn is confident the popular Kingaroy-based running club will keep on pounding the pavement in pink long after she leaves the area.
The inaugural Inverlaw Walk For MS on Sunday attracted more than double the expected number of participants and raised more than $4000 for Multiple Sclerosis Queensland.
Some mums probably prefer to sleep in but others don pink tutus and hit the streets
Online registrations have closed but runners can still register on Sunday for the Mother’s Day Classic
More than 300 runners and walkers took part in the inaugural Cherbourg Reconciliation Fun Run on Sunday morning.
Time is running out to register for this weekend’s Reconciliation Fun Run from Murgon to Cherbourg.
Can you think of a better way of celebrating Mother’s Day than getting up at the crack of dawn on a chilly morn and running 8km? Or maybe walking a leisurely 4km?
All around the South Burnett, part-time runners and joggers are in training for the 2013 Mother’s Day Classic fun run which has been organised by the Go Getta Girls running club.
Kingaroy mum Colleen Gunn has been selected to appear on the cover of this year’s phone book.
Champion athlete Raelene Boyle enjoyed going for gold for Australia … but these days she’s also a big fan of pink.
Exactly six years ago today, an amazing thing happened: a group of Kingaroy women got together and started running
Proston State School P&C’s inaugural Fun Run raised an impressive $1500 for the school on Saturday.
The Mother’s Day Classic fun run – or walk! – organised by the Go Getta Girls in Kingaroy this morning attracted an amazing 282 competitors.
The Go Getta Girls are organising a special four kilometre fun run on Mother’s Day, May 13, to help raise funds for breast cancer research.