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Taking the plunge, for a good cause

POSTED: February 17, 2013 12:30 a.m.
SCOTT ROGERS/The Times

Participants in the fourth annual Polar Bear Plunge race Saturday from the shoreline into Lake Lanier to raise money for Special Olympics of Georgia.

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The Polar Plunge is the largest fundraising effort benefiting Special Olympics of Georgia, with participants collecting pledges or simply paying a fee for the opportunity to jump into the icy waters.

The Polar Plunge, held at Lake Lanier Islands Beach and Waterpark, is the largest fundraising effort benefiting Special Olympics of Georgia. Many states across the nation participate in the annual event with participants collecting pledges or simply paying a fee for the opportunity to jump into the icy waters.

All proceeds collected by “plungers” will benefit Special Olympics athletes.

Prizes were awarded for the best costume, highest fundraiser and highest fundraising team.



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