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Algonquin Police Station Address: 2200 Harnish Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102, United States
The APD team was represented by 19 Plungers, and approximately 30 family members who came out to support us. With all monies in, we raised more than $6,000.00!! Not only did we raise a great amount of money but our efforts continue to raise awareness for this cause. As a result of our efforts, we received a “Golden Plunger” award for raising the most funds as a Law Enforcement team.
Thanks to Officers Bucheleres, Palmer, Watson, and Susan Morgan for volunteering their time to be on the committee to help organize the event. Officers Bucheleres, Palmer and Watson also plunged and Susan participated by photographing everything for us.
Thanks to Officers Skrodzki, Nicholson, Beltran, Falardeau, Gough, Slabinski, Koehler, and Sgt. Sowizrol for their fundraising efforts and plunging.
Continuing on with the thanks we had our Intern, Katie Loizzi, and Police Explorers and High School students Joe, Yohanan, Amelie also plunge. We also had a new resident of Algonquin reach out to us on Facebook and ask if she and her son could join our team. Thank you to Katie and Alex Herrera for reaching out, plunging with us and then going to lunch with us.
Though they were not able to make it to the plunge, the Seegers family and Special Olympian Peyton Wingett and his father Jeff join us for lunch.
Thanks to Deputy Chief Sutrick and the Algonquin Police Benevolent Organization for their donation to purchase the shirts we all wore and Chief Bucci for his donations and purchase of the appreciation banner for our sponsors. The sponsors being Rosen Hyundai, Whitey’s Towing, Zukowski, Rogers, Flood & McArdle Law Firm, Judicial Attorney Services, and Aspen Exterior Company.
The team page is still up and donations can be received until March 18th!
“My interest and involvement in Special Olympics stems all the way back (way back) to elementary school when I first started attending and supporting a neighborhood friend, Sammy in his efforts with his track and field games. I can fondly remember how excited I was to take the day off school, to go to his event, and watch him compete and eventually be on the podium. Watching Sammy compete through the years is how I came to appreciate Special Olympics and the Law Enforcement Torch Run and the efforts made by the athletes and the Officers. My involvement and interest was furthered when I became the School Resource Officer at Jacobs High School. That is where I met my friend and Olympian, Peyton (pictured) who will be plunging with us on Sunday.”
💵There is still time to donate! Please click the link if you would like to donate to any of the members of the team! The team has already raised over $4300.00 for the Special Olympics!! Let’s keep it going! The goal is $5000!
🌊And lastly, if you would like to come cheer on our team, come join us at Twin Lakes in Palatine (1200 E. Twin Lakes Dr) at noon this Sunday, February 18th! You will need to park at the BMO Harris lot at 800 E Northwest Hwy in Palatine where a shuttle will take you to and from the Plunge Site.
“As a freshman in high school I began volunteering with NWSRA as a coach for the Special Olympics. I was later offered a job and worked for NWSRA. When I first started my career as a police officer I said I wanted to get back involved in the Special Olympics program because of how rewarding the program is. I still remember going to my first Special Olympics meet as a coach and seeing how special it was for everyone involved, especially the athletes. Since becoming a police officer I have volunteered for multiple Special Olympic events and fundraisers as well as running the Torch Run. This year I am going a step further and participating in the Polar Plunge.
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“This is my first year with the Algonquin Police Department, and this 2018 Polar Plunge is the first Special Olympic event that I will be participating in. After talking with other officers and previous participants about this event, I'm ecstatic to be involved with the athletes and able to support a great cause. I look forward to participating in future Special Olympic events every year throughout my career as a police officer. Special thanks to those who have supported and donated to the Algonquin Police "Blue Bloods" team for this year’s Polar Plunge.”
There’s still time to donate!
Here is what she had to say about supporting the Special Olympics:
" Before this past year I never knew about the relationship between Law Enforcement and the Special Olympics. Being able to support this cause and getting the opportunity to raise money for the Special Olympics really warms my heart and by recognizing this partnership shows that this is only the beginning of my involvement.
I find it extremely humbling to see how many Law Enforcement Officials participate in these events to raise money each year. I volunteer as well as see many events along the same line as these, for example at my schools Special Olympic activities. I love seeing the big smiling faces on each of the athletes participating. When I heard talk about the Polar Plunge this year I didn’t think that I was going to have the chance to jump since I am currently only an intern. Not long after, some of the officers asked if I would like to join and I was ecstatic to donate, raise money, and jump into freezing cold water.
To all who have donated or plan on donating, thank you for supporting this cause. I look forward to involving myself in more of these activities to raise money in the close future."
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