Another year brings the annual Hit the Bricks event, hosted by WFU to raise funds for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund. This year our tent was equipped with ample seating for our runners to briefly rest on, before quickly taking the backpack and student ID for another lap. The new Rucktoberfest discs also made a showing for the first time. They were seen flying around the center of the quad when new frisbee players arrived from class. The day was long and we ran again...an undetermined number of laps. The money raised was for an exceptional cause and the day long sprint workout we received will soon show on the field.
As a family of frisbee players, we know how important family is! Members of Wombukus in Winston-Salem this summer, came together to volunteer at our local Ronald-McDonald House. The experience not only made our family stronger, but also gave those in our local community a warm meal to eat.
Project Pumpkin this year was a blast! Our table was decorated in yellow, flooded with candy, and well equipped with numerous frisbees for a simple game of throw the frisbee through the hola-hoop. The warm fall weather kept everyone comfortable in their costumes. Once again WOMBUKUS had the most active and welcoming table with numerous penguins and pandas wandering around. As seen, our favourite senior Zipper is pictured with former coach Shelly's young unicorn son.