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Hundreds To Take Polar Plunge To Benefit Special Olympics


JACKSON, Mich. (WLNS) - Hundreds will plunge into a Jackson County lake this weekend to raise money for Special Olympics.

The annual Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge helps pay for programs for nearly 20,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities. This plunge is just one of 28 taking place around the state this year. More than 100 people have already signed up for the event this weekend at Clark Lake.

Registration for the plunge starts at 8:30 Saturday morning.

For more information on this plunge and others in the area, visit Seen on 6.

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