The Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge is a unique opportunity to support Special Olympics athletes by taking a dip into the frigid Illinois waters in the middle of the winter.
104.3 The Party wants to thank you for making this year’s Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Illinois such a huge success. Thanks to you for helping our team raise $3,381. And the Party Plunge team took home the coveted Golden Plunger for Best Team Costume!
Congratulations to all the winners:
-The Best Individual Costume Award: Andy Ping for the 1920’s Bathing Suit
-Creative Costume Clan (Best Team Costume): 104.3 The Party for the Rockford Peaches Uniform
-2nd Place Best Team Costume: Effingham Junior High School Mustangs for the Penguin Costumes
-TOP COP Trophy given to the law enforcement officer that raised the most money, and this year’s award goes to: Chris Thies for raising $1,120
-The Golden Plunger award for the highest amount raised by an individual is Ken Thompson for raising $4,630
-Most Funds Raised by a Team (Not Cool School, Law Enforcement, or College Cup): Olympic Dreamers $5,834.30
Preliminary Money Totals
At the 2018 Lake Sara Polar Plunge, 281 brave souls leaped into the frigid waters to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois. The preliminary total is $61,272.53!