You can help the Oneida County Dive Team by grabbing your goggles and swim cap Saturday (June 23) morning.
Swimmers will launch from Torpy Park for the Minocqua Island Swim Challenge.
The race is one mile long, but people can choose to swim just 400 meters, too.
The water temperature will be about 65 degrees during the race.
"A lot of people will wear wet suits and be very comfortable. I have seen plenty of people go without and have no trouble," says Laura Fuhrman.
Money raised from the race will go to Oneida County's dive team.
They are first responders to water rescue calls.
"We just got our dark vision gear last year through fundraisers like this. It helps us be more efficient and safe," says Assistant Dive Team Leader, Michael Fraley.
You still have time to register in person Friday night from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Torpy Park.
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