B104's JD Justice (Justice and Faith in the Morning) and Buck Stevens are going to take the "plunge" for Special Olympics! Therre are two ways you can join them on the Radio Bloomington Polar Plunge Team.
You can LITERALLY join them along with our co-workers from sister stations WJBC and WBNQ and take a dip in the cold water February 23rd at Miller Park Lake in Bloomington. If you would like to join the Radio Bloomington Team for the 2013 Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics for an invigorating dip in the cold water, simply register HERE (make sure to join the Radio Bloomington Team when you reach that part of the registration process).
If that chilly February dip is a bit too adventurous for you, you can simply make a donation to either JD or Buck's Polar Plunge efforts. Yes, there is a friendly little competition between the two to see who will raise more money for Special Olympics of Illinois, so make sure to get your friends and family to donate to your favorite as well. Don't worry, the online donation is completely safe and secure.
OF COURSE, JD and Buck want to raise more as the B104 part of the Radio Bloomington Team than our sister stations do. So please, at least donate to one of them.
You can come down and watch all the frozen fun Saturday morning February 23rd with the 2013 Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Illinois. Plungers will start arriving at Miller Park Lake at around 9 a.m. and the teams will begin taking the plunge at some point after that.
Yes, they may all be a little crazy to do this, but they are crazy for a cause. The event will raise funds for Special Olympics Illinois to support the more than 21,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities and more than 11,000 Young Athletes ages 2-7 of Special Olympics Illinois!
Below is a five minute video about the Polar plunge if you would like to learn more about it and see exactly what it is I will be doing.
Take care, God Bless and Thank You for joining our Polar Plunge Team in whichever way you choose.
Polar Plunge to Benefit Special Olympics Illinois logo courtesy of soill.org