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    Police officers take Polar Bear Plunge for Arkansas Special Olympics

    7:10 PM, Dec 11, 2009   |    comments
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    The annual Polar Bear Plunge in North Little Rock will be held Dec. 12 at noon at Lakewood No. 3 Police Station off McCain Blvd. Deputies with the White County Sheriff's Office are currently taking donations for the event.

    Chief Deputy Jeremy Clark said several deputies and Searcy officers are teaming up with other officers from Central Arkansas to take the super plunge.

    Beginning at noon on Dec. 11, the Super Plungers will jump every hour on the hour for 24 hours to demonstrate the bravery and courage that Special Olympic athletes demonstrate every single day of their lives.

    The White County Super Plungers are currently looking for sponsors. Businesses can have a banner hung at the event for $500. The businesses can also have T-shirts worn by the plungers in addition to the banners for a $1000 donation.

    Source: White County Sheriff's Office press release

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