Abbotsford – This Saturday March 3, Abbotsford Police Department officers and staff will plunge willingly into the frigid waters off Kitsilano Beach for the 2018 Vancouver Polar Plunge for Special Olympics BC!
This Saturday, Abbotsford Police Department officers and staff will plunge willingly into the frigid waters off Kitsilano Beach for the 2018 Vancouver Polar Plunge for Special Olympics BC!
You can take part in this fun and frigid fundraiser! Check out the colourful costume contest, activities and display of law enforcement vehicles. Funds raised support the Special Olympics’ life-changing year-round, province-wide sports programs and competitions for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Abbotsford Police Department Chief Constable Rich: “Throughout the year, the Abbotsford Police Department supports Special Olympics BC through basketball tournaments, the Law Enforcement Torch Run, the APD Police Challenge Run and the “Tip a Cop” fundraiser at Red Robin.” The Polar Plunge is another fantastic opportunity for our officers and staff to have fun with these athletes and to empower them through sport”.
The Abbotsford Police Department invites YOU Saturday, March 3
Schedule: 11 a.m. Opening ceremony; 12 p.m. Plunge
Place West end of Kitsilano Beach (Yes you would have to drive INTO Vancity)
About Special Olympics BC
Special Olympics BC is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities through sport. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of over 3,900 volunteers, Special Olympics BC provides year-round training and competitive opportunities in 18 different sports to athletes of all ages and abilities. More than 4,600 athletes in 55 communities around the province participate in Special Olympics BC events. For more information, please visit www.specialolympics.bc.ca, Facebook and Instagram (@specialolympicsbc), and Twitter (@sobcsociety).