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Tom Elliott from Comber braved the snowy roads on Saturday morning, Jan. 19 to jump into the icy waters at this year’s Chatham-Kent Polar Plunge, held at St. Clair College’s Thames Campus. Presented by the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run, $40,000 was raised for the Special Olympics Ontario.

Tom Elliott from Comber reacts to the bone-chilling cold waters of the Chatham-Kent Polar Plunge on Saturday.

He braved the snowy roads to take part in the plunge, held at St. Clair College’s Thames Campus.

Presented by the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run, $40,000 was raised for the Special Olympics Ontario.

Sarah Schofield/The Chatham Voice
Chatham-Kent Police Service Constable Jason Herder jumps into the icy waters at this year’s Chatham-Kent Polar Plunge, held at St. Clair College’s Thames Campus. Presented by the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run, $40,000 was raised for the Special Olympics Ontario.

Chatham-Kent Police Service Constable Jason Herder jumps into the icy waters at this year’s Chatham-Kent Polar Plunge.

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