Western Kentucky Polar Plunge & 5K

2017 Polar Plunge

2017 Western Kentucky Polar Plunge & Polar 5k
February 18, 2017
9:00 am – 2:00 pm

______________________________

Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park
Gilbertsville, KY

Raise at least $75 to Plunge, $50 for Junior Plungers.
$40 Polar 5k entry fee
Discounts to run AND plunge on the same day!

Sign Up On-Line and Start Raising Money Today!

______________________________

Western Kentucky Plunge - Jumpers

Get ready for 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.

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.

Either way, you’ll be Freezin’ for a Reason!

_______________________________

 Western Kentucky Plunge - 5k

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 lmiller@soky.org.

2016 Western Kentucky Plunge Award Winners

Top Fundraiser — Chuck Williams, Murray/Calloway County Special Olympics; $6,085 raised
2nd Leading Fundraiser — Amanda Ashlock, Murray Independent Icebreakers; $2,407 raised
3rd Leading Fundraiser — Madisyn Garland, Madi’s Mighty Penguins; $2,245 raised
Top Too Chicken Fundraiser Amanda Ashlock, Murray Independent Icebreakers; $2,407 raised
Top Fundraising Special Olympics Athlete Madisyn Garland, Madi’s Mighty Penguins; $2,245 raised

Top Fundraising Team — Marshall County Special Olympics; 38 members, $13,289.08 raised
Largest Team — Marshall County Special Olympics; 38 members, $13,289.08 raised

Permanent link to this article: http://soky.org/westernkyplunge/