Tags : Special Olympics

2023 Polar Plunge returning to Henderson Lake

Lethbridge Police say the annual Polar Plunge is returning to Henderson Lake this year. Pandemic restrictions forced the last few years to be held virtually. Organizers say they are excited to have the event in person once again. The initiative raises awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Constable Braylon Hyggen explains how much they are […]Read More

Lethbridge Police officers to serve up pizzas for fundraiser

Cops, Pops and Pizza, a Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) fundraiser, is set for this Friday from 4-8 p.m. at Boston Pizza South along Mayor Magrath Drive. There will be police and military vehicles on display and officers will be serving customers, selling merchandise – stuffed animals – and collecting donations for Special Olympics. Director […]Read More

Lethbridge community takes the Polar Plunge over the weekend

Elected officials and some officers of the Lethbridge Police Service took part in the polar plunge for the Special Olympics. After two years of the plunge being held virtually, organizers say they were happy to have a smaller group come out, bear the cold, and take a dip for a good cause. Constable Braylon Hyggen […]Read More

Polar Plunge raising awareness for Special Olympics

It is almost time to take the plunge in Lethbridge in support of Special Olympics Alberta. The Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge will be taking place in a virtual setting this year. From January 30th to March 12th, you can get creative with your plunges. Constable Braylon Hyggen, the Chair of the Law Enforcement […]Read More