Polar Plunge Raises $100K For Special Olympics And Sets Record
I have mad respect for people who do the polar plunge; I used to be that brave, but now I get cold just looking at the water.
That didn’t stop a record number of people from showing up in Muskegon for the annual Muskegon Polar Plunge. This year more than 350 people showed up Saturday to take the plunge, for a good cause. The annual event helps raise money for Special Olympics athletes.
Again, like I said, “mad respect”, just the simple fact they are jumping into a square area cut out in the ice, shows just how cold it was yesterday. Luckily, no one got hypothermia and the event raised $100,000 for those athletes.