The event, which takes place over a 24-hour period, benefits Special Olympics Illinois.
Two officers from the Woodridge Police Department will be taking an icy plunge into Lake Michigan this month to benefit Special Olympics Illinois. Officers Dan McIntyre and Tom Stefanson will be participating in the 2013 SUPER Plunge, an event that occurs over a 24-hour period and includes brave men and women taking 24 dips in Lake Michigan. These efforts raise funds for the more than 21,000 Special Olympics Illinois traditional athletes and more than 11,000 Young Athletes with and without intellectual disabilities who train and compete throughout the year. The event starts at 2 p.m. Feb. 22 at North Beach in Evanston and concludes at the same time the next day. Officers McIntyre and Stefanson, along with an Evanston fireman, have a team…
The event is being sponsored by the Law Enforcement Torch Run, along with Special Olympics Illinois and the Woodridge Police Department.
A trivia night fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics Illinois will be held Friday, July 13, at Bobak's Signature Events in Woodridge. The event is being sponsored by the Law Enforcement Torch Run, along with Special Olympics Illinois and the Woodridge Police Department. The evening will begin with registration at 6 p.m. An array of appetizers as well as a cash bar will be available. Trivia will begin at 7 p.m., and each team will consist of 10 members with an entry fee of $25 per player or $200 for a team of 10 that is registered at one time. All checks need to be made payable to Special Olympics Illinois. Donated silent auction items are currently being accepted. Visit www.soill.org for more information.