Polar Plunge 2024 attracted 425 brave participants who chose to immerse themselves fully into Clark Lake.  This event, at the Eagle’s Nest, is a fundraiser for Special Olympics.  By the end of the day (Sat 1/27), Special Olympics’ Kayla Kubik reported donations of $56,000.  So. how did the plungers feel about their jump into Clark Lake?  This video tells the story.


At the Post Plunge Party at the Eagle’s Nest, awards went to the top fundraising performers.

Top Individual Fundraiser
Lisa Hendricks

Top Team Fund Raiser
Jackson Police Department

Top Law Enforcement Team
Jackson Police Department
$7,061 – Total

Top MDOC Team
Jackson Probation

Youngest Plunger
Walker Frost

Oldest Plunger
David Desnoyer

Individual Costume
Wonder Woman (RGC)

Team Costume
Super Heroes (RGC)



In case you miss it, here is more to look at, including some cool stop action photos.


Click here for an update on Special Olympic fundraising at Clark Lake.