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Be Bold Go for the Cold!Register today and come to the Jackalope Jump to support the 1,600+ Special Olympics athletes who compete year-round in Wyoming. All funds raised will benefit the Special Olympics athletes, which cover program costs such as transportation, sports equipment, team uniforms, and meals. Because of your participation, people with intellectual disabilities have the opportunity to discover new strengths, abilities, and accomplishments.
Jump as an individual alongside other supporters, join a team, or create your own fearless team. Recruit friends, family, and co-workers to #MAKEASPLASH. All are invited!
Date: Friday, March 24
Location:  Powell High School
Registration begins: 1:00 PM
Jump begins: 1:30 PM
Online Registration is FREE! 
*NOTE: Registering a team does not automatically make you a participant on that team. You must JOIN the team to be considered a participant on that team.
Click HERE to see incentive items per level.
Level 1: Jumpers & SO Athletes raising a minimum of $100/person = Jackalope Jump Shirt and JJ Beanie 
*Cool School Challengers & 1st Responders raising a minimum of $50/person = JJ Beanie (Cool School Challenger must register with your school team)
Level 2: Participants raising a minimum of $750+/person = a Hydration Backpack 
Level 3: Participants raising the minimum of $1000 = a Chance to win 1 of 3, $100 Visa Gift Cards - drawing conducted in April.
(Note: Cannot combine team fundraising amounts for Level 2 and Level 3 incentives. To qualify, the fundraising amount is per person. Level 2 & 3 incentives will be mailed in late April to qualifying and/or winning participants)
Awards to recognize the best costume, largest group, and most funds raised are given out with a chance to earn some cool extras!
*Jackalope Jump incentives are not for sale
Jump WAIVER click HERE (under 18 yrs. old must have parent/guardian sign)


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In Support of Special Olympics Wyoming
Special Olympics is founded on the belief that people with intellectual disabilities can, with proper instruction & encouragement, learn, enjoy & benefit from participation in individual & team sports, adapted as necessary to meet the needs of those with intellectual & physical limitations. Special Olympics believes that consistent training is indispensable to the development of an individual’s sports skills. In addition, competition among those of equal abilities is the most appropriate means of testing these skills, measuring progress, and providing incentives for personal growth.