Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Nashville Shores' Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics

Tennessean The Polar Plunge returns to Nashville Shores in February. Co-sponsored by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Law Enforcement Torch Run Program, plungers raise a minimum of $50 and take a dip in Percy Priest Lake. Proceeds benefit Special Olympics Tennessee. To register individually or as a group for the Feb. 20 event, visit www.specialolympicstn.org. All participants receive the official Polar Plunge T-shirt and can earn additional prizes for raising more money. Prizes also will be awarded for Best Costume, Oldest / Youngest Plunger, Top Fundraisers and Top Fundraising Team. For more information, contact Beth Teegarden, Special Olympics Tennessee special events director, at 615-329-1375 or bteegarden@special-olympicstn.org, or visit www.specialolympicstn.org.

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