Outrageous Olympians smash records for fundraising and foolishness

  • Wednesday, March 19, 2014 7:12pm
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Sequim Gazette

Clallam County athletes and others (emphasis on others) turned out in droves for the fourth annual Outrageous Olympics, Fri., Nov. 5.


With 12 teams of four competing, the event raised $5,700 for Clallam County United Way.


Event coordinator Jamye Wisecup called it “a unique fundraiser for United Way and the participants. I have always enjoyed the dining and camaraderie of fundraising dinner events in Clallam County, but this is a totally different twist. The humor, laughter and great spirits contributed to the camaraderie of working together to raise much-needed dollars, but this was pure fun as well.”


Wisecup thanked those who helped make the event a success, including the volunteers and all of the businesses that contributed. She also thanked the teams for their enthusiasm and effort and gave a grateful nod as well to those who ponied up for prizes.


Sign up now for next year,” she says. For more information, see the website at unitedwayclallam.org.



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