Last updated: February 08. 2014 3:04PM - 1994 Views
By - kstrange@civitasmedia.com



Some lucky residents had the opportunity to toss their boss into the frigid Fisher River Saturday, as the second annual Polar Plunge was held. The event, held on a balmy 38-degree day that featured snow flurries and water temps at a tepid 39 degrees, benefited the Special Olympics and the Surry-Yadkin Senior Games. More than 40 hearty souls participated in this year's event. Pictured above, Surry County Parks and Recreation staff tosses Director Daniel White into the river.
Some lucky residents had the opportunity to toss their boss into the frigid Fisher River Saturday, as the second annual Polar Plunge was held. The event, held on a balmy 38-degree day that featured snow flurries and water temps at a tepid 39 degrees, benefited the Special Olympics and the Surry-Yadkin Senior Games. More than 40 hearty souls participated in this year's event. Pictured above, Surry County Parks and Recreation staff tosses Director Daniel White into the river.
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Some lucky residents had the opportunity to toss their boss into the frigid Fisher River Saturday, as the second annual Polar Plunge was held. The event, held on a balmy 38-degree day that featured snow flurries and water temps at a tepid 39 degrees, benefited the Special Olympics and the Surry-Yadkin Senior Games. More than 40 hearty souls participated in this year’s event. Pictured above, Surry County Parks and Recreation staff tosses Director Daniel White into the river.


 
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