2021 LAKE OZARK POLAR PLUNGE - FEBRUARY 27, 2021 The Polar Plunge is one of many events hosted by law enforcement to benefit their charity of choice, Special Olympics Missouri. All proceeds benefit year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Proceeds benefit The Dream Factory, an organiztton dedicated to granttng dreams to children whose lives are threatened by a crittcal or chronic illness and the RE/MAX Lake of the Ozarks Charitable Foundatton, which provides philanthropic gitfs to charites and individuals in the greater Lake of the Ozarks region. DOWNLOAD FLYER | VISIT WEBSITE TO LEARN MORE
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Prior to joining the Missourinet, Bill worked for Learfield Sports for six years where he oversaw affiliate relations for radio stations on some of the top college football and basketball Radio Networks in the country, including The University of North Carolina, Oklahoma University, and The University of Iowa. Bill also worked in radio sales in Jefferson City, MO and was a program director and morning show host for KTXY in Columbia, MO in the late 90’s.
Bill and his wife Deanne have two children, Ryan and Allyson. In his spare time, Bill likes to coach baseball and softball. Bill was born and raised in Chicago and while he promises to never mention this fact on the air, he is in fact a lifelong Cubs fan.