Trottier’s Polar Plunge collected more than $10,700 for Special Olympics

by beth on February 16, 2018

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Above: Trottier students jumped into the fun at yesterday’s Special Olympics fundraiser. (images cropped and edited from smug mug)

Yesterday, Trottier Middle School held it’s big Polar Plunge for Special Olympics. As of this morning, Jumpers have raised more than $10,700 for the cause! (And it’s not too late to add to the cause. You can donate here.)

The 80 jumpers included students, teachers, and administrators from the middle school. Plus, some of Southborough’s first responders got into the action. Fundraiser organizers shared a lot of great photos on smug mug. You can find those here.

But for really fantastic shots it’s worth checking out MetroWest Daily News’ photo gallery here. (Here’s a preview through Trottier’s tweet yesterday.)

The event made a splash on Social Media. The Law Enforcement agency that co-sponsored the event tweeted this MWDN pic of member of the SPD. 

And the Southborough Fire Department shared their pics from smug mug on Facebook:

 

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