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Michigan Legislators take the Polar Plunge in Lansing

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Michigan Lt. Governor Brian Calley takes the Polar Plunge on March 1, 2018.

Michigan Legislators, along with Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley, plunged into an icy pool in front of the Capitol steps in Lansing on Thursday, March 1 as part of the seventh annual Michigan Law Enforcement Legislative Polar Plunge.

 

This one of a kind event at the Capitol provided plenty of funny moments and great photo and video opportunities for spectators and plungers alike, while helping raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics Michigan (SOMI) athletes in the process. The Legislative Polar Plunge raised more than $30,000 and has brought in $200,000 for SOMI athletes over the last seven years.

About Me:

Aaron Mills is the Sr. Marketing and Communications Director for Special Olympics Michigan.

Video:

https://youtu.be/WIx2C7xtTFY

Related:

http://www.somi.org/articles/2018/03012018_legislative-plunge.html