Take the plunge and raise funds for Special Olympics Ontario

With any luck the Polar Vortex might have lifted and the plunge won’t be quite so icy for members of the Barrie Police Service and other dippers.
The Annual Polar Plunge is set for Saturday, March 2 to raise money for Special Olympics Ontario, and 100 per cent of the funds will directly benefit the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Ontario.
Plungers can either pay the registration fee or fundraise the minimum requirement to be able to take part in the plunge. In most cases, incentives will be given to plungers based on how much money they raise in donations.
The team that raises the most money will win a pizza party sponsored by Boston Pizza. There will also be medals awarded for best costumes. This event is supported by 107.5 KoolFM and Rock 95.
The plunge is set for Centennial Beach, with registration at noon and the actual dip beginning at 1 p./m. The cost for Registered SOO Athletes & Volunteers is $25 (or raise $50 to waive the fee). Adult registration is $50 (or raise $100.00 to waive the fee).
Participants can pre-register and pick-up their event kit on Thursday, Feb. 28, between 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., at the Barrie Police Service Headquarters, 29 Sperling Drive, Barrie. 
All plungers will get a Polar Plunge Icy Mug! Highest fundraiser per plunge: Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8″ 32 GB. Raise $100: Polar Plunge Socks. Raise $150: Polar Plunge Socks & Polar Plunge Shirt. Highest fundraiser in the province: Tickets to a Leafs Alumni box at an upcoming Leafs game (Date TBC)