Thank you to everyone who took part in the 2017 Western Kentucky Polar Plunge and Polar 5k
at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park!
This year you helped us raise more than $94,000 for Special Olympics Kentucky athletes.
For information about the 2018 Western Kentucky Polar Plunge,
contact Laura Miller at 270-293-9054 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Polar Plunge is the Chill of a Lifetime! Join us for the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics.
Raise a minimum of $75 (or $50 for Polar Bears under 18) and take the Plunge! Join us for a HUGE day of winter fun! Run one of the state’s most beautiful 5k courses or take a chilly dip in Kentucky Lake, or do both! This year you can take your Plunge from the docks or run into the water from the beach. Prizes for the top individual fundraiser and for the top fundraising teams in corporate/civic, school and law enforcement divisions. There are also prizes for the best individual and group costumes.
The Western Kentucky Plunge offers many ways for you to take part. You can run in the annual Polar 5k, take the tradional Plunge form the docks into the lake or run in from the shore. If you’re REALLY adventurous you can take part in the Triple Crown Challenge and do all three!
Can’t plunge, but still want to support Special Olympics? No problem. Register as Too Chicken to Plunge. You get a special Too Chicken shirt and are eligible for all other fundraising awards.
Regardless of which option you choose, you’ll be Freezin’ for a Reason!
For more on how you can get involved in the Western Kentucky Polar Plunge or for sponsorship information, contact Laura Miller at 270-293-9054 or email@example.com.
2017 Western Kentucky Plunge Award Winners
Top Fundraiser — Chuck Williams, Murray/Calloway County Special Olympics; $5,815 raised
2nd Leading Fundraiser — William Evans, Local 6 De-Icers; $1,865 raised
3rd Leading Fundraiser — Jeff Stewart, Murray/Calloway Special Olympics; $1,405 raised
Top Too Chicken Fundraiser — Amanda Ashlock, Murray Independent Icebreakers; $1,519 raised
Top Fundraising Special Olympics Athlete — Madisyn Garland, Laker Lifesavers – Calloway Unified Champion Schools; $3,609 raised
Top Fundraising Corporate/Civic Team — Murray/Calloway County Special Olympics; 18 members, $11,881.29 raised
Top Fundraising Law Enforcement Team — Kentucky State Penitentiary; 7 members, $962 raised
Top Fundraising School/University Team — Laker Lifesavers – Calloway Unified Champion Schools; 15 members, $6863 raised