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Polar Plunge slated Saturday on Pelican Lake

The Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Minnesota will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 7, on Pelican Lake at Breezy Point Resort. The funds raised benefit more than 8,000 Special Olympics Minnesota athletes as they train, compete and transform...

The Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Minnesota will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 7, on Pelican Lake at Breezy Point Resort.

The funds raised benefit more than 8,000 Special Olympics Minnesota athletes as they train, compete and transform themselves.

Day of the plunge check-in will be at the first floor of the Breezy Point Resort Convention Center near the front desk at the plunge site.

Plungers are encouraged to wear unique and outrageous costumes. Each participant must raise a minimum of $75 and bring the funds to the event.

Shoes and towel are required.

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Last year, more than 350 people took the plunge in Breezy Point and raised approximately $95,360 in support of Special Olympics Minnesota.

For more information or to register, visit plungemn.org or email plunge@somn.org .

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