I have some great news to pass along! THE BINGHAMTON POLAR PLUNGE IS BACK!!! The Polar Plunge is one of the most exciting, popular, and profitable fundraisers for Special Olympics New York.

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This is a way for participants to raise money be asking friends, family, colleagues, and acquaintances for donations. It's back for the first time in three years and it's happening this Saturday, November 12th.

Your support for the Polar Plunge helps the athletes of Special Olympics New York to participate in trainings, activities, and competitions at no cost to them or their caregivers.

It'll happen in the freezing waters at Chenango Valley State Park beginning at 10 a.m. Not only does this help them to raise funds but it also raises awareness for the Special Olympics New York athletes in the Southern Tier Region.

Binghamton Polar Plunge For Special Olympics New York

Registration is 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with the freezing plunge at 12 Noon. There are different options available. Individuals or groups can still take the Binghamton Polar Plunge on Saturday morning, you can go here.

Collin and Kaitlyn are two athletes that will be participating on Saturday. I've known their family before they were even born and I've been able to watch them grow through the years. If you are looking to help an athlete, they would love your support.

                                                                      Collin and Kaitlyn

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There are many other participants to choose from and you can go here to sponsor or support a local Special Olympics athlete. The Binghamton Polar Plunge is Saturday at Chenango Valley State Park located at 153 State Park Road in Chenango Forks.

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