LaSalle is Freezin for a Reason

UPDATE: The LaSalle team successfully raised over $5,900 for Special Olympics Ontario


A sincere thank you from all of us from Team LaSalle Police and Fire. On March 15, LaSalle did the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Ontario and nearly raised $5,700.

What a testament to an amazing, generous and inclusive community! From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!
There’s still time to donate up until March 21.
If you would like to help out our local athletes with Special Olympics Ontario and support Team LaSalle Police and Fire’s virtual #PolarPlungeYQG check out this link and click DONATE:
Special thank you to Jillian and Matthew Thompson, owners of All Time Party Rentals for donating the dunk tank for this special event.
The following people took part in the Plunge:
LaSalle Mayor Marc Bondy, LaSalle Police Chief Duncan Davies, and Deputy Chief Jason Woods, Staff Sergeant Mike Foreman, Sergeant Mike Agostinis, Senior Constable Terry Seguin, Communicator Lisa Homenick, Communicator Teresa Pare, Firefighter Luke Meloche, Firefighter Kyle Cant, Firefighter Kale Blanchette, and Firefighter Brian Bartlett.
Some of our team members could not participate as duty called but we thank them for helping raise funds for this great cause. LaSalle Fire Deputy Chief Rick Malott, Firefighter John MacNeil, Constable Sean Bear, and Communicator Carly Fasan.
We were joined by Special Olympics Coach, LaSalle Police Constable Alison Hunter, and local athletes, Yanhong Dewan, Jessica Chotka, Matt Cormier, and Dan Morton.
Hope we put a smile on your face!

Watch the video of the LaSalle Polar Plunge below

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