Nina Rogoff's Insights on Sharon Real Estate and More!: Take the Polar Plunge for Special Olympic Athletes

Take the Polar Plunge for Special Olympic Athletes

Take the Polar Plunge for Special Olympic Athletes
Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Feb 25, 2017 in Sharon MAI'm shivering just thinking about the 3rd Annual Polar Plunge this Saturday, February 25, 2017 at Lake Massapoag in Sharon MA! You can be a "Below Zero Hero" and take the Polar Plunge or be an enthusiastic supporter!
Each "Plunger" commits to raising a minimum of $100, or $75 for students and Special Olympic athletes. Official Polar Plunge, long-sleeve t-shirts will be given to all those who raise their minimum fundraising amount. (No, they're not insulated!)
Every dollar goes directly to support year-round sports training and competition programs for the more than 11,000 Special Olympics athletes from Massachusetts. There are also some great incentive prizes for those who raise larger donations!
Law Enforcement Torch Run and the Polar Plunge on Feb 25, 2017 in Sharon
About the Law Enforcement Torch Run
This year's event, in partnership with the Mansfield Police Department, is a Law Enforcement Torch Run Event (LETR). The LETR for Special Olympics was formed in 1981 as a year-round, fundraising and awareness building program which allows members of the law enforcement community the opportunity to support Special Olympics athletes who live, work and compete in their local communities.
Law enforcement members from Federal, Military, State, County and local agencies participate in the Massachusetts Torch Run campaign. Funds are raised through a variety of activities including the Polar Plunge event.
Officers have raised over $70,000 in the past two years from the Polar Plunges in Lake Massapoag and over $362,000 in the last year through a variety of fundraising initiatives for Special Olympics of Massachusetts Athletes. As always, our deep appreciation to the members of our law enforcement organizations! 
In June, hundreds of law enforcement personnel will carry the Special Olympics Torch, the "Flame of Hope" through counties across Massachusetts as the torch is carried to the 2017 Opening Ceremony of the Summer Games in MA
Register for the Polar Plunge
Register in advance on the website to help make the on-site registration process run more smoothly on the day of the event, or call 508-485-0986 . However, walk-on "Plungers" are welcome as long as they have collected their pledges before the start of the event.
When you register in advance you are given a free, Polar Plunge website which allows you to accept donations right on your website.
Bring Your Best Costume and Warm Clothes
Bring your best costume for the parade and plunge and warm clothes to change into afterwards! There will be a DJ and a live band to help warm you up!
On the Day of the Plunge 
Check in and Registration at Sharon High School, 181 Pond Street from 9:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
Safety Briefing from 10:45 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Plunge from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Memorial Park Beach, Lake Massapoag
Polar Plunge raises money for Special Olympics"Plungers" and guests can hang out in the main tent or enjoy what is supposed to be a balmy, 62-degree day in Sharon! Then for a quick...and I mean quick...end of February dip in beautiful Lake Massapoag!
After You Take the Plunge, Change, Warm-Up and Celebrate!
All of the post-Plunge activities and awards will be held at the Sharon High School Gym. There are restrooms and places to change into warm clothes after the plunge, but no showers are available. Tip: Consider bringing a blow dryer!
After the Plunge, food will be provided by the Fraternal Order of Police and other event sponsors. It's FREE to all registered "Plungers". Awards will be given for "Best Costume", "Cool School" (faculty and student teams), "Top Fundraising Individual, Top Fundraising Team, Top Fundraising Company and Top Fundraising Law Enforcement Team. 
If you have any questions email: or call Sgt. Larry Crosman at 508-844-1221.
Nina Rogoff will not be taking the Polar Plunge at Lake Massapoag! 
Once you've defrosted, if you are thinking of selling your home and would like a complimentary market analysis to better understand your home's value in today's market, call Nina Rogoff, RE/MAX Executive Realty at 781-883-3764!

Comment balloon 2 commentsNina Rogoff • February 23 2017 10:24PM


Special Olympics is a great cause - thanks for stepping up and taking the Plunge.  I will be volunteering at Bogus Basin Ski Resort outside Boise, Idaho tomorrow helping with their skiing and snow showing competition state championships.

Posted by Jim Paulson, Owner,Broker (Progressive Realty (Boise Idaho) 7 months ago

I was doing this this year but then I got sick.  They still got my donation

Posted by William Feela, Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No. (WHISPERING PINES REALTY) 7 months ago