Greenville Polar Plunge raises over $70,000 for Special Olympics Michigan

Greenville Polar Plunge

GREENVILLE, MICH. - The Greenville Polar Plunge had over 160 plungers participate in 2018's event. 

Greenville's plunge was held at Turk Lake, and it had a record number of jumpers. This year's goal was to raise $42,000, and they ended up raising over $70,000.

This is just one of several plunges happening in West Michigan. If you want to participate in a Polar Plunge, there are two more events happening in the West Michigan area: 

The Polar Plunge events raise money for Special Olympics Michigan . 

WZZM's Juliet Dragos was at Greenville's plunge to cheer on the participants. Dragos is also on the Special Olympics board, and WZZM is the media sponsor for the Polar Plunges. 

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