Moree Secondary College students have held a ‘colour run’ and raised over $2,000 for local causes.
About 400 people particpated, including staff, students, parents and other family members. The event involve a running track, in which runners would pass through sections of colour dust (as pictured)
A total of $2,020.90 was raised, which will be split between the Moree Secondary College P&C, a Christmas present drive for local families in need and the Moree Drought Muster.
Year seven student Liam Baxter-Tomkins was the highest individual fundraiser, raising an impressive $586.27.
Read the full original article in the Moree Champion HERE.
Photo credit: Moree Secondary College P&C