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A record-breaking 3,252 polar bears dove into chilly waters in Rehoboth Beach again this year as part of the Special Olympics Delaware’s wildly popular fundraiser, the Polar Bear Plunge. Teams of co-workers, families, high school buddies, young professionals, even beauty queens — the Polar Bear Plunge is truly an event for everyone, and people drove from all over the State to earn the bragging rights this year. The weekend-long event included ice sculpting and chili contests, raising more than $750,000 for SODE.

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