Special Olympics Athlete Leads in Plunge Donations

Athlete Brandon Moe has raised over $12,000 to take the plunge for the Special Olympics.

DULUTH, Minn. – Northlanders are getting ready to brave the cold waters of Lake Superior for the annual Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Minnesota. One of those special athletes is leading the pack when it comes to donations.

Brandon Moe is about to take his sixth plunge and this year he has raised over $12,000. His goal was $8,000. Brandon’s events in the Special Olympics include bowling and powerlifting. He said that he’s excited to raise so much money and can’t wait to take another plunge.

“It’s very cold. It’s worth it,” said Moe.

The plunge starts on Saturday, February 18th at 2 p.m. in Canal Park.

 

 

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