This Saturday, March 9th grab your wet suits and head over to Lions Park to bare the cold temperatures of the lake to raise money for Special Olympics Wyoming.

If you are an individual who wants to jump in the freezing waters for the Jackalope Jump, you must raise $100.  If you are a team of five or more members, you only have to raise $50 per person.  The money that is raised goes back to buy equipment, training, competition fees and more for the over 1800 athletes that participate in Special Olympics Wyoming.

There is more than just jumping in cold water, you could win the best costume, the largest group, most money raised by a group, most money raised by an athlete, and most money raised by an individual.  If you have a child who wants to participate in the jump, that is fine, the parent will need to sign a waiver.

Registration is at Sloans Lake Kiwanis Community House and will start at 10 a.m. and the jump starts at 11 a.m.  As of right now, the high for Saturday is 34 degrees and the low is 19.

For more information, call 307-235-3062.