Get your head out of the gutter. When I say get dirty, I mean it! RCSO is bringing back their Mud Mania Volleyball tournament and I couldn't be more excited.

The fun happens on July 24th kicking off at 8am. This tournament will have up to 100 teams participating, and yes, you can enter into it right now. If you plan on participating, you'll want to get in quick. Spots fill up fast and registration is closing soon. Registering your team will cost you $150, but it all goes towards a good cause.

Mud Mania was created years ago to help benefit the Randall County Sheriff's Office Employee Assistance Fund. The fund is setup to help officers who run into unexpected hardships like medical bills, major house issues, etc. Officers were a big part of helping us through the pandemic, and even though we may not have seen it, they too went through the same hard times we did on the home front. This fund is there to help those officers in the times of need, just like some of us experienced.

Aside from sloshing around and diving after volleyballs in the mud at Mud Mania, you'll get a chance to meet the officers from RCSO and thank them for their service face to face. I've said it before, without them, we'd find ourselves in a whole world of hurt.

So even if you're not participating in the tournament itself, come on out and support this great event. It takes place at the Randall County Sheriff's Office , 9100 S. Georgia St. It's free to the public to come on out and watch. It's almost more gratifying to watch since you realize you won't be the one having to figure out how to get all that mud out of the clothes. Get more info at the RCSO Mud Mania Facebook page.

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