Polar Plunge for Special Olympics set for March 5


Polar Plunge for Special Olympics set for March 5
Shrewsbury High School’s Student Council members Jenna Godek and Morgan Shapiro descend into the swimming pool. (Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.)

MARLBOROUGH – The Law Enforcement Torch Run’s Marlborough Polar Plunge will take place on Sunday, March 5, at the Special Olympics MA Yawkey Center, 512 Forest St. 

Register for the Plunge with friends and family, pick out a fun costume and get ready to “Be Bold and Get Cold!”

Every participant who reaches or exceeds the fundraising goal of $100 will receive a Polar Plunge long-sleeve shirt. Register for the Marlborough Polar Plunge now at 2023 LETR Marlborough Polar Plunge (specialolympicsma.org).

Every dollar raised directly supports year-round sports training and competition for athletes with intellectual disabilities in Massachusetts. These funds help provide athletes with the opportunity to participate in sports training and competition programs that help them live longer, happier, healthier lives.

The event is sponsored by the Law Enforcement Torch Run, a year-round fundraising and awareness-building program designed to allow members of the law enforcement community the opportunity to support Special Olympics athletes who live, work and compete in their local communities.


Marlborough’s Polar Plunge makes a splash for the Special Olympics

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