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Photos & Video: Monsoon Madness Mudder sees second edition success

More than $100,000 raised during Island Pacific School's annual fundraiser

Island Pacific School held their second annual Monsoon Madness Mudder on Oct. 29. The obstacle course and costume event serves as a fundraiser for the school, with an ultimate goal of raising enough money to build the proposed Colin Ruloff Community Field House.

After a pair of successful campaigns IPS is well on their way to their target. This year's haul alone ended up hitting six figures at more than $100,000 in donations. 

The 2022 obstacle challenges included Ninja Nightmare, Black Tusk Treachery, Meadow Mayhem, Creepy Crawl, Wild Waterfall, and concluded with the immensely popular Scary Slide. The Mudder village featured food and entertainment, while the Bowen Fire Department made sure everybody stayed safe and received a refreshing cooldown on their way down the Scary Slide.