Rockville city police will take a chilly dip in the Chesapeake Bay again in January as the department participates in the 17th Annual Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge.
The plunge, set for Jan. 26 at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis, features thousands taking a dip to raise money for Special Olympics Maryland.
Click on the video above, courtesy Rockville 11, for more on the department’s participation.
You can help support Special Olympics by donating to the Rockville city police plunge team. Here’s how:
- Go to plungemd.com.
- Click on “Donate.”
- Under “Sponsor a Plunger” and “Enter a Plunger’s Name,” type in the name “Chris Day.” Cpl. Day appears in the Rockville 11 video above. (Or search under another city officer’s name to see if they’re participating in this year’s plunge.)
- Click on “chris day” when it appears on the search page. You will be directed to a donation page where you can donate to Cpl. Day’s fundraising effort.
Rockville city police went "all in" for last year's plunge, which raised more than $2.1 million. Click here to see video of members of the department taking the plunge.
Click here for more information on the 2013 Polar Bear Plunge.