Freezin’ for a Reason: Dave Wooten & Stephanie Quayle

Friends, KSKY radio host Dave Wooten and Big Sky Music Group country recording artist Stephanie Quayle, will be foes for fun this week as each tries to outraise the other in donations for Special Olympics. 

Every year Montanans take the plunge around the state to support Special Olympics Montana. The Polar Plunge is a signature event for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Montana. 

This year, K-SKY radio host Dave Wooten will be joining Big Sky Music Group country recording artist and Montana native Stephanie Quayle in plunging at the 2023 President’s Day Plunge on February 18th in Bozeman in an effort to raise awareness and donations for Special Olympics Montana. 

Dave hosts the wake up show for K-Sky Country 106.9 with co-host Ally Hand. Since 2014, Dave has been hosting morning radio shows for SouthWest Montana Country listeners. Dave is passionate about supporting his community and taking the plunge for Special Olympics Montana is just another way for him to give back to his community. 

Taking her western roots wherever she goes, the singer-songwriter has had a massive presence in country music with standout radio singles “Whatcha Drinkin ‘Bout,” “Selfish,” and digital releases like “Wild Frontier” in the last few years. The CMT “Next Women of Country” inductee has been tapped as a Grand Ole Opry darling, making multiple appearances into the iconic circle and performing on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage, along with appearing on the Kelly Clarkson Show, The Ellen Degeneres Show, and in People, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country and, to name a few. Most recently, Quayle celebrates the release of her most personal and vulnerable album, On The Edge. 

You can help Dave and Stephanie can meet their fundraising goals and support Special Olympics Montana at the same time! 

Anyone can Take the Plunge in support of Special Olympics. Learn more at