Area 4 Special Olympics Polar Plunge 2014
Date: 2/1/2014 Album ID: 1761577
Photos by Jamie Mitchell
Images from the 2014 Special Olympics Polar Plunge at World Class Fitness.
Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Members of the Mercy ICY U team, Kristen Williams, from left, Misty Gresham, Amber Bellcock and Hannah Riordan, hit the water running, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Members of the Mercy ICY U team, Kristen Williams, from left, Misty Gresham, Amber Bellcock and Hannah Riordan, hit the water running, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - John Driggers shows his awards and his support,Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - The Fort Smith Police were represented by the Copsicles, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Billy Jones, from left, Harry Nagy and Chris Driggers show their support rain or shine, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record -Three out of four aint bad for Kristen Williams, from left, Amber Bellcock, Cendra Oldecker and Hannah Riordan,Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Jeannette Gragg and Billy Elrod join the fun, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Some of the crew from Spiro State bank needed a little coaxing, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Mercy ICY U hits the water to show their support, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Fort Smith's finest CopSicles ready their launch, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Fort Smith's finest CopSicle gets a premature jump on her team launch, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Fort Smith's CopSicles hurry to the poolside ladder, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Fort Smith Hooter girls, Ashley Gossage, left, and Hailee Espinoza ready their launch, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, for their Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Fort Smith Hooter girls, Ashley Gossage, left, and Hailee Espinoza make their way across the pool, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Fort Smith Hooter girls Ashley Gossage, left, and Hailee Espinoza, hit the hot tube after their swim, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Swimmers are helped from the pool after finishing their swim, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Lindsey Alspach gets help into the pool, Saturday, Feb 01, 2014, during the Special Olympics Polar Plunge at the World Class Fitness outdoor pool. More than $11,000 was raised by individuals and teams for the annual event. According to safety divers on site, the water tempature was 40 degrees at plunge time. Polar Plunge is a fundraiser for Special Olympics Arkansas which individuals and teams raise money,then take the plunge into various bodies of cold water.
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