Residents brave temps for Special Olympics
OKLAHOMA CITY — Brave souls bared the chilly temperatures to take a plunge Saturday to benefit the Special Olympics. About 200 residents participated in the 11th annual “Polar Plunge” at White Water Bay.
If you missed out, there will be more “plunges” planned throughout the month of February.
The next “Polar Plunge” is scheduled next weekend in Stillwater at Boomer Lake.
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