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The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics

The mission of the Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) for Special Olympics is to increase awareness and raise funds for the Special Olympics movement. Each year, the LETR initiative grows bigger and better.


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As the largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle for Special Olympics, the Law Enforcement Torch Run® raised over US$42.6 million in 2012. Since its inception in 1981, it has grown extensively worldwide with over 97,000 volunteers spanning 46 countries, and raising more than US$461 million for the Special Olympics movement. Fundraising is only part of what the officers involved with the initiative give to the movement. Our athletes say law enforcement officers are truly supportive of the cause – extending to them friendship, acceptance and encouragement.

To learn more about the Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics, please visit www.letr.org

To Learn more about the Law Enforcement Torch Run® International Conference please visit www.letrconference.org.  

For general inquiries, please contact Michael Teem, Executive Director of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics at mteem@specialolympics.org or 240-593-4949.


Torch Run Stories and News


November 26, 2014 | North America: North Carolina

"My Pleasure"

By Megan O'Donnell

Special Olympics NC athlete Keith Hayden lands a job at Chick-fil-A after volunteering at a Cops on Top fundraiser!

“I’d be happy to refill your drink, sir,” Special Olympics NC athlete Keith Hayden often says to customers as he patrols the dining room of the Chick-fil-A Blakeney restaurant in Charlotte each night. The 34 year-old truly takes pleasure in doing his job.View Story “I’d be happy to refill your drink, sir,” Special Olympics NC athlete Keith Hayden often says to customers as he patrols the dining room of the Chick-fil-A Blakeney restaurant in Charlotte each night. The 34 year-old truly takes pleasure in doing his job. For four years, Hayden had been trying to land a coveted position in the restaurant chain known for their customer service. As it happens, a NC Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics fundraiser helped put him in the right place at the right time!

About Megan O'Donnell:Special Olympics NC VP of Communications- Keith let me know of his good fortune at our Fall Tournament and had to share this great story that came from his perseverance and our Torch Run relationship with Chick-fil-A. Yay Keith!
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October 21, 2014 | SOI: Europe-Eurasia

Spain's Police Academy Hosts VIII National Athletics Competition

By Suzanne Coogan

Action at the VIII National Athletics Competition, Ávila, Espana.

For a second consecutive year in the city of Ávila, Spain’s National Police Academy opened its doors to host the VIII National Athletics Competition for athletes with intellectual disabilities organised by Special Olympics Spain and the non-profit disability rights organization PRONISAView Story For a second consecutive year in the city of Ávila, Spain’s National Police Academy opened its doors to host the VIII National Athletics Competition for athletes with intellectual disabilities organized by Special Olympics Spain and the non-profit disability rights organization PRONISA from 17 Oct-20. More than 100 athletes from ten autonomous regions and host Castilla y León competed on the tracks of the Academy. Thirty local associations participated in the 2k Torch Run relay through the streets of Ávila attended by the city Mayor, Mr. Miguel Ángel García Nieto, the President of Special Olympics Spain, Mr. Gaizka Ortuzar and the President of PRONISA, Mr. Manuel Maiz. The Opening Ceremony took place at the Sports Pavilion of the Academy with the athletes' parade, arrival of the torch and lighting of the cauldron delighting the hundreds of local spectators. For the first time during this competition Healthy Hearing examinations were offered to athletes conducted by expert medical volunteers.

About Suzanne Coogan:Senior Manager, Media and Public Awareness, Special Olympics Europe Eurasia
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September 19, 2014 | SOI General: Headquarters

Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics® Raises $500 Million for Special Olympics During 33-year History

By Christy White

In 2013, dedicated law enforcement volunteers raised over US$50.3 million for Special Olympics Programs around the world and this week announced an extremely significant milestone: surpassing $500 million raised since the inception of the Law Enforcement Torch Run.View Story The Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) for Special Olympics is the Special Olympics movement's largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle in the world. In 2013, dedicated law enforcement volunteers raised over US$50.3 million for Special Olympics Programs around the world and this week announced an extremely significant milestone: surpassing $500 million raised since the inception of the Law Enforcement Torch Run. There is an untold story about law enforcement. This story showcases how law enforcement officers are going above and beyond the call of duty for the most marginalized citizens in their communities - people with intellectual disabilities.

About Christy White:I am the Director of Media and Public Relations for Special Olympics.
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Torch Run Events


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Event

Location

February 28, 2015

Project Unify Plunge

Students from both middle and high schools around the state will be jumping into the water at Goddard Park on February 28th to raise awareness and funds for Project UNIFY. Unified sports have implemented great changes in schools and promotes social inclusion among students and those in the community.
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Tracy Garabedian
Email:tracy@specialolympicsri.org
Phone:401-349-4900
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Goddard Memorial State Park
1095 Ives Road

East Greenwich, Rhode Island
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Los Angeles Polar Plunge

The Polar Plunge is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, and anyone to support people with intellectual disabilities by running (or pretending to jump) into the chilly waters at Marina "Mother's" Beach in Marina del Rey. A few hundred people are expected to weather the cold and plunge into 50-degree waters on February 28 to support Special Olympics. Each participant who raises a minimum of $50 gets a long sleeve shirt and can enjoy the festivities (either by taking the plunge or watching from the "Chicken Coop"). Raise more than $50, and you will have the opportunity to earn cool and fun prizes.
For more information
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Brandon Tanner
Email:btanner@sosc.org
Phone:562-502-1100
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Mother's Beach
4101 Admiralty Way

Marina del Rey, California
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Alpena Polar Plunge

The Alpena Polar Plunge takes place February 28, 2015. Registration takes place at 12 pm with the Plunge starting at 1:15 pm. The After Splash Bash will follow the last plunger. Michigan is having 29 Polar Plunges in 2015. Polar Plunges are a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) event. LETR is one of the largest grassroots fundraisers for Special Olympics globally. LETR consists of officers from both Law Enforcement and Corrections who raise funds and create awareness for Special Olympics Michigan year round. By participating in a Polar Plunge around the state you are helping to raise funds for nearly 21,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan. Special Olympics Michigan is a year round program offering sports for those with intellectual disabilities. Although sports is the "vehicle," the ultimate goal of Special Olympics is to help persons with intellectual disabilities participate and receive respect as members of their communities.
For more information
Andrea Rachko
Email:rachk1am@cmich.edu
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The Parker House Restaurant
Alpena, Michigan
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Chippewa Lake Polar Plunge

The Chippewa Lake (Mecosta/Osceola) Polar Plunge takes place February 28, 2015. Registration takes place 11:00 am at East Bay General Store. The Parade of Costumes and Plunge takes place at 12:30 pm at Chippewa Lake Public Access. The After Splash Bash takes place at 1:30 pm at the Chippewa Township Community Building. Michigan is having 29 Polar Plunges in 2015. Polar Plunges are a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) event. LETR is one of the largest grassroots fundraisers for Special Olympics globally. LETR consists of officers from both Law Enforcement and Corrections who raise funds and create awareness for Special Olympics Michigan year round. By participating in a Polar Plunge around the state you are helping to raise funds for nearly 21,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan. Special Olympics Michigan is a year round program offering sports for those with intellectual disabilities. Although sports is the "vehicle," the ultimate goal of Special Olympics is to help persons with intellectual disabilities participate and receive respect as members of their communities.
For more information
Heather Fox
Email:fox1hm@cmich.edu
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Chippewa Lake Public Access
Chippewa Lake, Michigan
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Hickory Police Department Polar Plunge

Hickory Police Department will be hosting a Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics North Carolina on February 28, 2015 at the Whittenburg Public Wildlife Access. For $50.00 participants can plunge and receive a polar plunge towel. There will be DJ and MC along with refreshments. Use the link below to sign up today!
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Randy Isenhour
Email:risenhour@hickorync.gov
Phone: 828-217-5885
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Whittenburg Public Wildlife Access
Hickory, North Carolina
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Polar Plunge - Guilford County Sheriff's Office

Are you ready to be freezin' for a reason? Guilford County Sheriff's Office will be sponsoring a polar plunge to raise funds for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Not only can you jump in a pool of cold water, but Shrine Club Parade Cars will be there too! The cost to jump is $50.00. Use the link below to sign up today!
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Cindy Martin
Phone:336-707-7834
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Wet'n Wild Emerald Pointe Water Park
3910 S Holden Rd

Greensboro, North Carolina
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

"Freezin for a Reason" Polar Plunge

Cleveland County's Sheriff Office will be holding a "Freezin for a Reason" Polar Plunge at the beach area of Moss Lake. Individuals can plunge for a minimum donation of $30.00 and teams (max of 6 plungers) can plunge for a minimum of $180.00. All plungers will receive a towel and individuals and teams that raise more than the minimum donation will be eligible for t-shirts and hats. The team that raises the most money will be announced and receive medals. A costume contest will also be held with awards for the best costume, the oldest and youngest jumper, and the individual and team that raises the most money. The fun continues with WBTV News Anchor John Carter MC-ing the event. Sign up today at using the link below.
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Melanie Martin
Email:Melanie.Martin@clevelandcounty.com
Phone:704-418-5846
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John H Moss Lake
2621 Oak Grove Rd

Shelby, North Carolina
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Peel Region Polar Plunge Ontario

In partnership with the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run, Peel Regional Police will be hosting a Polar Plunge at The PRP Association to raise awareness and much needed funds for athletes and families of Special Olympics Ontario.
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The PRP Association
10675 Mississauga Road

Brampton, Ontario
CANADA

February 28, 2015

RVA Polar Plunge® Winter Fest

Come chill with us at the RVA Polar Plunge® Winter Fest, Feb. 28 in Richmond at Westhampton Field, 901 Maple Avenue (near Libbie/Patterson). This year, in addition to a fantastic list of incentive prizes, we’re offering custom bow ties, too! It's the coolest thing you'll do all year. Plus, when you brrrave an icy above-ground pool with your closest friends, you’re helping our athletes discover how cool it feels to be a Special Olympics champion. Come chill with us. All plungers must raise $50 to participate.
For more information
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Nicole Riedel
Email:nriedel@specialolympicsva.org
Phone:804-726-3023
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Westhampton Field
901 Maple Ave.

Richmond, Virginia
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Fargo Polar Plunge

Raise money to support the athletes of Special Olympics North Dakota at the Fargo Polar Plunge on Saturday, February 28th. We want 2015 to be our biggest and best Polar Plunge year ever, and we need your help! The Polar Plunge is an annual fundraiser organized by North Dakota Law Enforcement as part of the year-round Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and fund to benefit Special Olympics North Dakota. Polar Plunges offer a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, and businesses to support Special Olympics North Dakota athletes by raising money and taking the plunge into frigid North Dakota waters. Plungers raise a minimum of $75 for the opportunity to take the plunge. Plunge Schedule: Registration: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.; Polar Plunge: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony and post plunge celebration will follow plunge. Have FUN! - form a team, create a fun name and crazy costumes with friends, co-workers, or classmates. No matter what, the Polar Plunge is all about Fun! For more information, please refer to the link or contact information below.
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Reid Huttunen
Email:developmentaldir@aol.com
Phone:701-746-0031
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Ramada Plaza & Suites
1635 42nd St. S

Fargo, North Dakota
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Tim's Rivershore Polar Plunge Fest

Where else can you brave the cool waters of the Potomac with 100+ fearless costume-clad friends – and support a good cause at the same time? On February 28th, hundreds will gather at Tim's Rivershore and, on our signal, bravely dash into the icy waters. Whether you just dip your ankles or take a minute to splash around, it's the coolest thing you'll do all year – not to mention you are creating more opportunities for our athletes to experience the life-changing benefits of participating in Special Olympics — all at no cost to themselves or their families.
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Ellen Head
Email:ehead@specialolympicsva.org
Phone:703-359-4301
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Tim's Rivershore
Dumfries, Virginia
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Grand Forks Polar Plunge

Raise money to support the athletes of Special Olympics North Dakota at the Grand Forks Polar Plunge on Saturday, February 28th. We want 2015 to be our biggest and best Polar Plunge year ever, and we need your help! The Polar Plunge is an annual fundraiser organized by North Dakota Law Enforcement as part of the year-round Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and fund to benefit Special Olympics North Dakota. Polar Plunges offer a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, and businesses to support Special Olympics North Dakota athletes by raising money and taking the plunge into frigid North Dakota waters. Plungers raise a minimum of $75 for the opportunity to take the plunge. Polar Plunge Schedule: Registration: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.; Polar Plunge: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony and post plunge celebration will follow plunge. Have FUN! - form a team, create a fun name and crazy costumes with friends, co-workers, or classmates. No matter what, the Polar Plunge is all about Fun! For more information, please refer to link or contact information below.
For more information
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Reid Huttunen
Email:developmentaldir@aol.com
Phone:701-746-0031
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Choice Health & Fitness
4401 S 11th St

Grand Forks, North Dakota
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Highlander Polar Plunge Celebration

Come chill with us at the Highlander Polar Plunge® Celebration, February 28th in the New River Valley at Bisset Park. This year, in addition to a fantastic list of incentive prizes, we’re offering custom bow ties, too! Go ankle deep or all in. Either way, when you brrrave the New River with your closest friends, you’re helping our athletes discover how cool it feels to be a Special Olympics champion. Come chill with us. All plungers must raise $50 to participate.
For more information
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Matt Camire
Email:mcamire@specialolympicsva.org
Phone:540-951-2918
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Bisset Park
Radford, Virginia
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

RVA Polar Plunge Winter Fest 2015

Come chill with us at the RVA Polar Plunge® Winter Fest, February 28th in Richmond, Virginia. This year, in addition to a fantastic list of incentive prizes, we’re offering custom bow ties, too! It's the coolest thing you'll do all year. Plus, when you brrrave an icy above-ground pool with your closest friends, you’rehelping our athletes discover how cool it feels to be a Special Olympics champion. Come chill with us. All plungers must raise $50 to participate.
For more information
More Details
Nicole Riedel
Email:nriedel@specialolympicsva.org
Phone:804-726-3023
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Westhampton Field
901 Maple Avenue

Richmond, Virginia
UNITED STATES

February 28, 2015

Sylvan Lake Polar Plunge

The Sylvan Lake Polar Plunge takes place February 28, 2015. Registration takes place at 11 am with the Plunge starting at 12 pm. The After Splash Bash will follow the last plunger. Michigan is having 29 Polar Plunges in 2015. Polar Plunges are a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) event. LETR is one of the largest grassroots fundraisers for Special Olympics globally. LETR consists of officers from both Law Enforcement and Corrections who raise funds and create awareness for Special Olympics Michigan year round. By participating in a Polar Plunge around the state you are helping to raise funds for nearly 21,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan. Special Olympics Michigan is a year round program offering sports for those with intellectual disabilities. Although sports is the "vehicle," the ultimate goal of Special Olympics is to help persons with intellectual disabilities participate and receive respect as members of their communities.
For more information
Andrea Rachko
Email:rachk1am@cmich.edu
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Sylvan Lake Community Center
Sylvan Lake, Michigan
UNITED STATES

March 01, 2015

Torch Run - Super Plunge

This year marks the 8th Annual Torch Run Plunge. This event typically hosts between 100-150 participants, many representing local and state police agencies as well as fire departments and public safety. Many athletes take the plunge with fellow friend, family and supporters, all of whom are there to support a great cause. This event features live music, a well-known "plunger costume" competition, and a fantastic after party! The Super Plunge is an effort to increase both awareness and fundraising for the Torch Run Plunge. The Super Plunge is exactly like the Torch Run Plunge, with only one small difference... Instead of plunging a single time, "Super Plungers" must plunge once PER HOUR for a 24 HOUR period. 5 MEN, 24 HOURS, 120 PLUNGES for 1 SUPER CAUSE!
For more information
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Tracy Garabedian
Email:Tracy@specialolympicsri.org
Phone:401-349-4900
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Goddard Memorial State Park
1095 Ives Road

East Greenwich, Rhode Island
UNITED STATES

March 05, 2015

Legislative Polar Plunge

The Legislative Polar Plunge takes place on March 5, 2015. Registration and the Plunge start at 3:00 pm. Michigan is having 29 Polar Plunges in 2015. Polar Plunges are a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) event. LETR is one of the largest grassroots fundraisers for Special Olympics globally. LETR consists of officers from both Law Enforcement and Corrections who raise funds and create awareness for Special Olympics Michigan year round. By participating in a Polar Plunge around the state you are helping to raise funds for nearly 21,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan. Special Olympics Michigan is a year round program offering sports for those with intellectual disabilities. Although sports is the "vehicle," the ultimate goal of Special Olympics is to help persons with intellectual disabilities participate and receive respect as members of their communities.
For more information
Kimberly Purdy
Email:purdy1kr@cmich.edu
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Capitol Steps
Lansing, Michigan
UNITED STATES

Mar 6 - 7 2017

Montana Torch Run Kick-Off Conference & Awards Banquet

The Montana Torch Run Kick-Off Conference is designed to orient new officers and departments with the Torch Run program as well as inspire experienced officers already involved. It provides an opportunity for Torch Run volunteers to network, share and learn how to improve their local Torch Run programs, which contribute greatly to increasing public awareness and enhancing the lives of Special Olympics Montana athletes. The Awards Banquet will recognize sponsors and officers who have made a significant contribution to the Montana Torch Run.
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Terri Sappington
Email:tsappington@somt.org
Phone:(406) 216-5327
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Doubletree by Hilton
100 Madison St

Missoula, Montana
UNITED STATES

March 07, 2015

Kalamazoo Polar Plunge

The Kalamazoo Polar Plunge takes place March 7, 2015. Registration takes place from 1-3 pm with the Plunge starting at 3 pm. The After Splash Party will take place following the last plunger. Michigan is having 29 Polar Plunges in 2015. Polar Plunges are a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) event. LETR is one of the largest grassroots fundraisers for Special Olympics globally. LETR consists of officers from both Law Enforcement and Corrections who raise funds and create awareness for Special Olympics Michigan year round. By participating in a Polar Plunge around the state you are helping to raise funds for nearly 21,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan. Special Olympics Michigan is a year round program offering sports for those with intellectual disabilities. Although sports is the "vehicle," the ultimate goal of Special Olympics is to help persons with intellectual disabilities participate and receive respect as members of their communities.
For more information
Krista Paulin
Email:pauli1kc@cmich.edu
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K-Wings Stadium
Kalamazoo, Michigan
UNITED STATES

March 07, 2015

Big Bear Polar Plunge - Big Bear Lake

The Polar Plunge is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, and anyone to support people with intellectual disabilities by running (or pretending to jump) into the chilly waters at Big Bear Lake. A few hundred people are expected to weather the cold and plunge into 36-degree waters on March 7, 2015 to support Special Olympics Inland Empire. Each participant who raises a minimum of $50 gets a long sleeve shirt, lunch, a goody bag, and can enjoy the festivities (either by taking the plunge or watching from the "Chicken Coop"). Raise more than $50, and you will have the opportunity to earn cool and fun prizes.
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Abbey Leffler
Email:aleffler@sosc.org
Phone:951.703.6502
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Swim Beach
41218 Park Avenue

Big Bear Lake, California
UNITED STATES

March 07, 2015

Sudbury Polar Plunge Ontario

In partnership with the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run, the Greater Sudbury Police Service will be hosting a Polar Plunge at The Ramsey Lake Boat Launch to raise awareness and much needed funds for athletes and families of Special Olympics Ontario.
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Ramsey Lake Boat Launch
236 Ramsey Lake Rd.

Sudbury, Ontario
CANADA

March 14, 2015

Westport Penguin Plunge

Join us March 14, 2015 at Compo Beach in Westport, Connecticut for the Penguin Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Connecticut. Registration begins at 11 AM and the plunge will take place at 1 PM. Participants raise funds to run (Plunge) into the chilly waters of Connecticut. Your participation provides funding to support over 14,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Connecticut’s year-round training and competition in 27 sports. Costumes are encouraged – we even give an award for the best costumes! Many Penguins form teams to band together and share in this one-of-a-kind experience.
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Lisa Carlone
Email:lisam@soct.org
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Compo Beach
Westport, Connecticut
UNITED STATES

March 14, 2015

Marquette Polar Plunge

The Marquette Polar Plunge takes place March 14, 2015. Registration takes place at 1:00 pm. The parade of costumes will start at 2:15 with the plunge starting at 2:30 pm. The After Splash Bash will follow the last plunger. Michigan is having 29 Polar Plunges in 2015. Polar Plunges are a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) event. LETR is one of the largest grassroots fundraisers for Special Olympics globally. LETR consists of officers from both Law Enforcement and Corrections who raise funds and create awareness for Special Olympics Michigan year round. By participating in a Polar Plunge around the state you are helping to raise funds for nearly 21,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan. Special Olympics Michigan is a year round program offering sports for those with intellectual disabilities. Although sports is the "vehicle," the ultimate goal of Special Olympics is to help persons with intellectual disabilities participate and receive respect as members of their communities.
For more information
Heather Fox
Email:fox1hm@cmich.edu
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Marquette Mountain
Marquette, Michigan
UNITED STATES

March 21, 2015

Owen Sound Polar Plunge Ontario

The OLETR (Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run) in co-operation with Special Olympics Ontario is hosting a Polar Bear Plunge at Bayshore Community Centre to raise awareness along with money for the athletes and families of Special Olympics Ontario.
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Bayshore Community Centre
Owen Sound, Ontario
CANADA

March 28, 2015

Dickinson Polar Plunge

“Freezin for a Reason!” Raise money to support the athletes of Special Olympics North Dakota at the Dickinson Polar Plunge on Saturday, March 28th. We want 2015 to be our biggest and best Polar Plunge year ever, and we need your help! The Polar Plunge is an annual fundraiser organized by North Dakota Law Enforcement as part of the year-round Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and fund to benefit Special Olympics North Dakota. Polar Plunges offer a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, and businesses to support Special Olympics North Dakota athletes by raising money and taking the plunge into frigid North Dakota waters. Plungers raise a minimum of $75 for the opportunity to take the plunge. Polar Plunge Schedule: Registration: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.; Polar Plunge: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony and post plunge celebration will follow plunge. Have FUN! - form a team, create a fun name and crazy costumes with friends, co-workers, or classmates. No matter what, the Polar Plunge is all about Fun! For more information, please refer to the link or contact information below.
For more information
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Reid Huttunen
Email:developmentaldir@aol.com
Phone:701-746-0031
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Dan Porter Motors
2391 I-94 Business Loop E

Dickinson, North Dakota
UNITED STATES

March 28, 2015

Thunder Bay Polar Plunge Ontario

Join us on Saturday, March 28 at Prince Arthur’s Landing at Marina Park Boat Launch (Pearl St.Entrance) for the Thunder Bay Polar Plunge Ontario. The Registration Social will be held on Friday, March 27th at the Prince Arthur Hotel at 5:00 PM and 8:00. Late registration will be held Saturday, March 28th at Prince Arthur Hotel from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM. The plunge time will at 2:00 PM for Adult Team and Individual Plunge, 2:45 PM for Special Olympics athletes, and 3:15 PM for the Cool School Plunge. The Awards and Social will be held at the Prince Arthur Hotel. The Social will be from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM and awards will be presented at 4:30PM.
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Prince Arthur’s Landing @ Marina Park Boat Launch
Thunder Bay, Ontario
CANADA

March 28, 2015

Torch Run NC State University 5K

Join us March 28th at NC State University Housing in Raleigh, North Carolina as Law Enforcement from around the area host the The Torch Run NCSU 5K. Proceeds from the race will go to support athletes from Special Olympics North Carolina.For more details please use the contact information below.
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Megan O'Donnell
Email:modonnell@sonc.net
Phone:919-818-4598
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NC State University Housing
210 Dan Allen Dr.

Raleigh, North Carolina
UNITED STATES

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