The weather couldn’t have been better for the Family Fun Run to support the McGrath Foundation in Cunderdin. July 30th, was a 23-degree day with the sun shining while 65 runners of all ages took off for a 5km run around the perimeter of the small country town of Cunderdin in WA to raise money for breast cancer.

Everyone received a printed tee shirt and pink socks at line-up and Trufab Farm Machinery had two of their very own breast cancer support bins for the start line.

RRT Cunderdin were called on to man the check points around the course, hand out water and cook and feed for all runners and their families on the completion of the event.

The day was a blast with many locals chipping in to help out including Trufab Farm Machinery and the local butcher Will Goodfield donating his world class sausages for the event. Everyone was back for seconds with 115 hot dogs consumed and 200 bottles of water handed out.

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