March 5, 2016
124 North Front Street
Wrightsville, PA 17368
John Wright Building
John Wright Building, 124 Front St.
(Avoid long lines on Plunge Day)
9:30am - 11:30am
Hundreds of brave souls took a dip in the Susquehanna River in Wrightsville on Saturday, March to help raise money for Special Olympics Pennsylvania - York County.
Approximately 700 people plungers participated, raising more than $120,000. Participants who opted not to plunge instead performed a "Chicken Dance" as a “Too Chicken” to plunge plunger.
Special Olympics York County currently has 360 athletes participating in 17 sports programs. Its programs are supported by hundreds of volunteers, giving their time and talents and by the generous contributions from individuals, companies and organizations.
York Daily Record
Those who are too afraid to Plunge can still support Special Olympics PA by registering under "Too Chicken To Plunge"! For a $25 minimum donation, individuals can support their friends, family members and co-workers who are plunging and get their very own "Too Chicken To Plunge" long sleeved t-shirt. Individuals can join a team, start their own team, or be "Too Chicken" alone.