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Take the Polar Plunge and freeze for a reason

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Be invigorated as never before! Take the chilling plunge into the Atlantic Ocean to benefit Special Olympics South Carolina on Saturday, February 1 at the Springmaid Beach Resort.

To find the registration forms or register online go to PolarPlungeSC.com. Raise $50 for the right to plunge and all the money goes to Special Olympics South Carolina.

The goal is to raise $100,000 with more than 700 brave participants taking "The Plunge." In South Carolina, thousands of people with intellectual disabilities benefit from the opportunity to participate in Special Olympics. The organization receives no federal funding and relies on private and corporate support as well as the efforts of hundreds of volunteers to provide services at no cost to the athletes and their families. Come join the fun individually or as a team of friends, family or co-workers!

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