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International Mud Day 2018

Yesterday, Bold Park Community School celebrated our 10th International Mud Day! This worldwide event had its origins right here in 2009!

Our new undercover area was a great community retreat from the late morning rain but this certainly wasn’t a barrier for our students, teachers and parents having a wonderful time.

Hot outdoor showers, Hot Milo, Hot Soup (pre-prepared by our Super-Soupers and bread rolls supplied by our local IGA), Fire Pit, Cake Stall and of course… a giant Slide and Mud Pit that has taken weeks to perfect! Great support on the day from our Middle School and College students who took on MANY jobs throughout the morning. Congratulations to our opening singers (and William for his solo).

Thank you especially to Leslie (who was delighted to cut the ribbon on our 10th Mud Day), Nicole, Juanita and ALL our amazing staff!

I think pictures speak louder than words!!

 

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