13 Jan Polar Plunge
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The 2017 Special Olympics Polar Plunge hosted by the Law Enforcement Torch Run For Georgia took place at Acworth Beach at Cauble Park on Saturday, February 25th, 2017. Gates opened at 11:00 a.m. and the Plunge began at 1:00 p.m.
The purpose behind the Polar Plunge is to support and spread awareness for the 27,110 Special Olympics Georgia athletes. The Polar Plunge is the largest fundraising effort benefiting Special Olympics. Many states across the nation participate in this annual event through the efforts of their Law Enforcement Torch Run program. The Polar Plunge is an official Law Enforcement Torch Run event.
Anyone with a little guts and a warm heart wanting to support the athletes of Special Olympics Georgia is welcome to participate! Participants collect pledges from friends and family in exchange for the opportunity to jump into icy waters in the middle of winter. All proceeds collected by “plungers” will benefit the athletes of Special Olympics Georgia. Prizes will be awarded in several categories, including best costume, highest individual fundraiser, highest team fundraiser, and many more.
Grab some friends, get pumped and register for next year! Visit www.specialolympicsga.org for more information on Special Olympics Georgia.
Click here to view the event facebook page.