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‘Cops on Top’ collecting funds for Special Olympics

Police officers, firemen and other participants camp out on top of the Hy-Vee gas station from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. to raise hundreds of dollars to support Special Olympics Missouri. Pictured here are three participants, from left to right: Osage Beach Officer Brandon Wyrick, Osage Beach Explorer Nathan Wiederhoft and Brian Hoof of Mix 92.7 radio station.

Police officers, firemen and other participants camp out on top of the Hy-Vee gas station from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. to raise hundreds of dollars to support Special Olympics Missouri. Pictured here are three participants, from left to right: Osage Beach Officer Brandon Wyrick, Osage Beach Explorer Nathan Wiederhoft and Brian Hoof of Mix 92.7 radio station.

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. — Police officers, firemen and others climbed on top of the Hy-Vee gas station building at Prewitt’s Point Shopping Center on Friday and spent the day collecting donations for Special Olympics Missouri athletes.

The annual “Cops on Top” is a regular lake area event that coincides with the annual Polar Plunge, which brings in a hundreds of Lake of the Ozarks and other Mid-Missouri participants to dive into the freezing waters of Public Beach No. 2 in Lake of the Ozarks State Park.

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To register online, visit www.somo.org/lozplunge. For more information, contact the Special Olympics Missouri at 800-846-2682 or Crystal Chalk at 573-256-6367. Paper registration forms are available upon request.

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