World’s Largest Convoy 2009 – Special Olympics Fundraiser

In September of 2009 Jack took part in a fundraiser for the Special Olympics in Seattle, Washington.  Over 250 trucks lined up and drove through part of the city to create the “World’s Largest Convoy 2009”.

Jack signs photos and talks to his fans.

And he catches a photo with the Special Olympians.

In the next post there will be more photos from this fundraiser.

Happy Fourth of July everyone!!

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2 comments on “World’s Largest Convoy 2009 – Special Olympics Fundraiser

  1. Kathy Teresa Rowland says:

    your photos of Alaska are so moving and beautful…are you a professional? are your photos for sale? Thr picture of the river through Fairbanks looks like a fairy tale land
    .
    Hope you are having a wonderful time. Here in St.Louis,Missouri we are our 7th day of temperatures over 100 degrees. Needless to say, the fireworks have been cancelled.
    Would not it bee wonderful to capture fireworks display with the Northern Lights.
    Well, off to work in the Emergency
    room of our 1200 bed hospital…Hot weather, adults consuming alcohol , fighting yeah,
    there is nothing like working July the 4th in the ER!
    Karhy teresa

    • judyinalaska says:

      Hi Kathy – I’m not a professional but thank you very much for the compliment. I would love to sell my photos but don’t know a simple way to do that. There might be some online ways that I should look into. We had a nice cool 4th of July here – I doubt anyone went to the ER for heatstroke. Hope it went okay for you and that it cools down soon! Thanks for your comments – Judy

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