Lehigh Valley Polar Plunge

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Join us at the 1st Annual Lehigh Valley Polar Plunge - The official event of Winter brought to EASTON by Northampton County Special Olympics! Individuals from all walks of life have committed to raise $50 or more to Plunge their hearts out for thousands of Special Olympics Pennsylvania athletes! So get a thrill from the chill and join us on January 19th! The Polar Bear Plunge (or Polar Plunge) is a fundraising event that challenges an individual or group to enter into a cold body of water in order to raise money for Special Olympics. Plunge participants set a fundraising goal and get pledges from family, friends and colleagues for their commitment to be “freezin for a reason.” Polar Plunge benefits more than 20,000 Special Olympics Pennsylvania athletes – the state’s largest year-round organization devoted to sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. By being a part of the Plunge challenge, you are allowing thousands upon thousands of children and adults with intellectual disabilities to experience a brighter tomorrow. So dare to Plunge!

Registration is available for those not yet ready to take the Plunge! 
•$50 Minimum in "Too Chicken to Plunge" donations
•Each "Too Chicken to Plunge" member will receive their own "Too Chicken" long sleeved t-shirt
•Join a Plunge Team, create your own "Too Chicken" Team, or be "Too Chicken" alone.

2013 Plunge Schedule

Scott Park, Easton, PA 

7:30 AM

Registration Opens (arrive early to avoid long lines)

Enjoy live music while you are waiting to Plunge

11:30 AM - Costume Contest Judging

12:00 PM - Awards

12:45 PM - Plunger Safety Briefing

1:00 PM - Time to Plunge!


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