Friday, March 7, 2008

Polar Bear Plunge Draws Law Enforcement

Police officers and other brave souls will jump through the ice into frigid water at the 3rd annual Brainerd Polar Bear Plunge on Saturday, March 8th to raise money for Special Olympics. Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl said he'll be jumping in this year and he's done it before. Dahl said he used to jump into cold water in his Bemidji State days. Anyone is eligible to take the Polar Plunge. All it takes is $75 in pledges and lots of courage. Registration at the Breezy Point Marina starts at 10am, the Kiddie Plunge starts at 11am, and Dahl and his fellow plungers begin their dives at 1pm.

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