Doing something completely crazy for a noble cause makes it okay. Jumping into Lake Fenton in February qualifies as certifiably crazy. Doing it to help raise money for Special Olympics, and knowing that you won't be the only one makes it seem like the "right thing to do". The Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday, February 11th at the Fenton Moose Lodge on Lake Fenton.
Plungers are encouraged to wear costumes for their frosty dip, best costume wins the Golden Plunger Award. The festivities begin at noon with registration on the day of the plunge, at 1 pm will be the Parade of Costumes and then the big Plunge into Lake Fenton.

After that, stick around for awards and the Post-Plunge Party. Money raised goes to the Special Olympics, which allows children and adults with intellectual disabilities to participate in sports and have fun.  Find out more information or to sign up for the Polar Plunge; you can also raise money without risking hypothermia and win prizes with the "Too Chicken to Plunge" logo and attend the post-plunge party.