Participants in the 10th-annual Polar Plunge dive into a hole cut in the Muskego County Park lagoon on Jan. 31. The event is a fundraiser for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin.
Credit: PETER ZUZGA
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Polar plungers dive into the Muskego County Park lagoon to raise money for the Special Olympics. The event is held at 11 other locations in the state.
Polar plungers brace themselves before entering the icy water.
Members of "License to Chill" take their plunge into the frigid water. Last year's state-wide events raised $1,509,071 for the Special Olympics as 7,850 people participated.
Milwaukee School of Engineering students cheer after leaving the lagoon.
Two plungers brace themselves above the water.
A band of hearty souls took part in the Polar Plunge at the Muskego County Park on Jan. 31 to raise money for the Special Olympics.
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