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PHOTOS: St. Clair Students, Staff, Police Chief Dive Into Icy Water

Thursday February 5th, 2015, 2:08pm


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Staff and students from St. Clair College, along with local law enforcement personnel took a dip — and some took a dive — into freezing water at the College’s main campus this afternoon.

The Polar Plunge invited fundraisers to chill out by jumping into a specially constructed outdoor pool filled with below zero water, all in support of Special Olympics Ontario.

Filming a jump with a GoPro

An Amherstburg Police Sergeant takes a dip

St. Clair Saints athletes dunk a basketball while on the way down

An MTO enforcement officer dives into the pool

St. Clair’s griffon mascot dives in…

…and loses his head

Chefs from the St. Clair Centre for the Arts make the freezing water even colder with a bin of ice

Windsor Police Chief Al Frederick and Constable Cealia Gagnon support Special Olympics Ontario by jumping in

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