Teams of explorers will navigate Shepparton's CBD in the Catch Me If You Can event by Word and Mouth today and The News will live-blog the event as competitors make their way through the town.January 24, 2013 9:29am
Bailey Apostol, Hanna Law, Samantha Macqueen and Charlotte Nicolson are on their marks for Catch Me If You Can.
11.29am: "Ride 1km to get the next clue. Harder than it looks!" Rachelle says.
11am: "Coming last and feeling tired but hopeful :)" Rachelle says.
10.40am: "Shouldn't have let them get in a canoe alone... what have I got myself into?!" Rachelle says.
10.25am: "Our challenge: Two must paddle to apoint and high five the third member. Looks like I'm the third member!" Rachelle says.
10.10am: "Heading down Welsford St to the Vic Lake!" Rachelle says.
9.51am: Nat Ginnane preparing for the food challenge - we'll have to wait and see what they have to eat...
9.12am: "Just about to start, with my team mates Nat and Sarah Ginnane! :) So excited!!" Rachelle said.
9am: Today we’re following the progress of Word and Mouth’s Catch Me If You Can. Participant Rachelle Scandolera will be providing us with live updates throughout the day.
Good luck to all the teams!
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