Minnesota Moment: Delano Man Takes on Alaska Snowmobile Race for Good Cause

February 28, 2018 10:58 PM

A Delano father took his love for his son and snowmobiling to the extreme this month.

Steve Swenson competed in the Iron Dog Race, the longest, toughest race in the world.

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Swenson competed in the race to raise money for the Courage Kenny ABLE program, which he said is helping his son who is paralyzed from the waist down.

Swenson surpassed his goal of raising $15,000.

 

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