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VIDEO: Dickinson Polar Plunge raises money for Special Olympics North Dakota

People were "Freezing for a Reason" at the Fourth Annual Dickinson Polar Plunge on Saturday. Cold temperatures and a few flurries didn't stop more than 30 people from jumping into some cold water as a part of a fundraiser for Special Olympics Nor...

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People were “Freezing for a Reason” at the Fourth Annual Dickinson Polar Plunge on Saturday. Cold temperatures and a few flurries didn’t stop more than 30 people from jumping into some cold water as a part of a fundraiser for Special Olympics North Dakota.

Chelsea Roshau has done the plunge for four years and says she does it to give back to her community.

She was a part of a group of four friends who have done the jump each year. This year their costume theme was Dr. Seuss. With temperatures around 25 degrees, Roshau says it wasn’t exactly a warm dip in the pool. 

Around four thousand dollars was raised from the polar plunge.

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