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Mar 11, 2018 Photos by Dan Bendtsen

Sara Dockham and Jennifer Childers took the plunge in their ...


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Sara Dockham and Jennifer Childers took the plunge in their pajamas.

Sara Dockham and Jennifer Childers took the plunge in their pajamas.


Sara Dockham and Jennifer Childers took the plunge in their pajamas.

Sara Dockham and Jennifer Childers took the plunge in their pajamas.

The 2018 Riverton Jackalope Jump took place Saturday morning in front of City Hall. The jump was the celebratory conclusion of a fundraising effort for Special Olympics Wyoming. The jumpers were graced with relatively warm temperatures and sunny skies. Andrew Haslam stretched out for his jump.

The 2018 Riverton Jackalope Jump took place Saturday morning in front of City Hall. The jump was the celebratory conclusion of a fundraising effort for Special Olympics Wyoming. The jumpers were graced with relatively warm temperatures and sunny skies. Andrew Haslam stretched out for his jump.


The 2018 Riverton Jackalope Jump took place Saturday morning in front of City Hall. The jump was the celebratory conclusion of a fundraising effort for Special Olympics Wyoming. The jumpers were graced with relatively warm temperatures and sunny skies. Andrew Haslam stretched out for his jump.

The 2018 Riverton Jackalope Jump took place Saturday morning in front of City Hall. The jump was the celebratory conclusion of a fundraising effort for Special Olympics Wyoming. The jumpers were graced with relatively warm temperatures and sunny skies. Andrew Haslam stretched out for his jump.

Shawn Griffin CEO of Community Entry Services, emerged from the chilly pool.

Shawn Griffin CEO of Community Entry Services, emerged from the chilly pool.


Shawn Griffin CEO of Community Entry Services, emerged from the chilly pool.

Shawn Griffin CEO of Community Entry Services, emerged from the chilly pool.

Winners of the jump's best costume contest, Jacob Holcomb and Kelsi Wood, emerged from a chilly pool as the Justice League while supporters cheered. The pair raised $400 for the Special Olympics.

Winners of the jump's best costume contest, Jacob Holcomb and Kelsi Wood, emerged from a chilly pool as the Justice League while supporters cheered. The pair raised $400 for the Special Olympics.


Winners of the jump's best costume contest, Jacob Holcomb and Kelsi Wood, emerged from a chilly pool as the Justice League while supporters cheered. The pair raised $400 for the Special Olympics.

Winners of the jump's best costume contest, Jacob Holcomb and Kelsi Wood, emerged from a chilly pool as the Justice League while supporters cheered. The pair raised $400 for the Special Olympics.

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