Special Olympics holds annual polar plunge

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Special Olympics Rhode Island holds its 37th annual Polar Plunge Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013 at Roger Wheeler State Beach in Narragansett. Join thousands of individuals who will be “Freezin for a Reason” when they take the plunge at exactly noon to raise money for Special Olympics Rhode Island.
t’s going to be the “Coolest Event” in Rhode Island with plenty of chills, thrills and fun for the whole family. The Penguin Committee is working hard to plan an event like no other, so visit our website at www.specialolympicsri.org to get your official pledge form or to use our online fundraising site to create your own fundraising page.
All proceeds from this event will benefit over 2,800 athletes that compete year-round in over 1,400 training opportunities and athletic competitions. For more information about the 2013 Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics Rhode Island please contact Tracy Garabedian, Director of Event Management at 349-4900 ext. 321.

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