What a beautiful day to jump in the frozen lake. Really, I think the temps were well above zero. In past years it's been far below. This year the Jaycees were supporting a charity that helps basically low jack people that were in danger of wandering off. I was astonished to here that a large number of people with Autism (or some similar thing) died because they wandered off and no one found them in time. This device would help their loved ones find them quickly and help prevent this from happening. Isn't that amazing? Thank you so much Jaycees for all you do for this community! There is so much planning that goes on that no one really sees. Often times I find myself at some of these events as a guest, not a volunteer, and forget all the man power and planning it takes to make it appear flawless, run smoothly, and be fun.
Here's to another great year!
The red head in the middle of this jump is my daughter. This is the second year her, and her two friends have jumped for their school. Go Trek North! I was very proud of my daughter for how much she raised all on her own. We just got her super cool tshirt in the mail this week.
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