It’s no secret that events held in 2020 – and early 2021 – have to be a bit different. The global pandemic COVID-19 has impacted the way organizations raise money, and the Special Olympics Rhode Island has already come up with a way to work around the obstacles. They are preparing for their 45th annual Penguin Plunge, but are asking participants to take part remotely. Special Olympics Rhode Island CEO Dennis DeJesus stopped by “The Rhode Show” on Monday morning to share the details of this upcoming event.
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