Members from the Dutch Bros Snake River Annihilators team getting ready for another match. (The Enterprise/Joe Siess)
ONTARIO - The sun was fierce but the competition was more fierce on Saturday, July 27, as Mud Fest 2019 got underway.
There were food truck vendors, a DJ booth, volleyball, and of course mud. Lots and lots of mud. Everywhere. But people didn't seem to mind.
Thirty-one volleyball teams participated.
The event was in support of Project DOVE, a nonprofit organization providing services to victims of stalking, teen dating violence, sexual assault and domestic violence.
Mud Fest was also in support of the Tri-County Anti-Trafficking Taskforce, which is dedicated to fighting human trafficking in Malheur County as well as Washington and Payette counties in Idaho.
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