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<p>PHOTO BY JAMIE MITCHELL</p><p>Dressed as the crime-fighting figure “Police Man,” Greenwood police officer Brandon Davis gets the crowd into the voting Saturday, Jan 11, 2014, for the Best Plunge Costume during the 2014 Polar Plunge and 5K Polar Run/Walk, “Freezin’ for a Reason,” at the Square in downtown Greenwood. Proceeds from both events allow Greenwood Special Olympics athletes to train and compete in a variety of sporting events completely free of charge.</p>

PHOTO BY JAMIE MITCHELL

Dressed as the crime-fighting figure “Police Man,” Greenwood police officer Brandon Davis gets the crowd into the voting Saturday, Jan 11, 2014, for the Best Plunge Costume during the 2014 Polar Plunge and 5K Polar Run/Walk, “Freezin’ for a Reason,” at the Square in downtown Greenwood. Proceeds from both events allow Greenwood Special Olympics athletes to train and compete in a variety of sporting events completely free of charge.

<p>PHOTO BY JAMIE MITCHELL</p><p>Team members from The Health Depot mark their entry into the Polar Plunge, Saturday, Jan 11, 2014, for the Best Plunge Costumes during the 2014 Polar Plunge and 5K Polar Run/Walk, ҆”Freezin’ for a Reason,” at the Square in downtown Greenwood. Proceeds from both events allow Greenwood Special Olympics athletes to train and compete in a variety of sporting events completely free of charge.</p>

PHOTO BY JAMIE MITCHELL

Team members from The Health Depot mark their entry into the Polar Plunge, Saturday, Jan 11, 2014, for the Best Plunge Costumes during the 2014 Polar Plunge and 5K Polar Run/Walk, ҆”Freezin’ for a Reason,” at the Square in downtown Greenwood. Proceeds from both events allow Greenwood Special Olympics athletes to train and compete in a variety of sporting events completely free of charge.

<p>SUBMITTED PHOTO</p><p>Mr. Chatman, the GJH Principal, and six Partners plunged into the cold water Sat. Jan. 11th in Greenwood to benefit Special Olympics. From left to right are DeAron Robinson, Marleigh Glasgow, Samantha Duque, Mr. Chatman, Luke Johnson, Makenna Hurt, and Audrey Spence. GJH raised $1,800 for Special Olympics and won the Cool School Award for the second year in a row for raising the most money of all the groups.</p>

SUBMITTED PHOTO

Mr. Chatman, the GJH Principal, and six Partners plunged into the cold water Sat. Jan. 11th in Greenwood to benefit Special Olympics. From left to right are DeAron Robinson, Marleigh Glasgow, Samantha Duque, Mr. Chatman, Luke Johnson, Makenna Hurt, and Audrey Spence. GJH raised $1,800 for Special Olympics and won the Cool School Award for the second year in a row for raising the most money of all the groups.

PHOTO BY JAMIE MITCHELL

Dressed as the crime-fighting figure “Police Man,” Greenwood police officer Brandon Davis gets the crowd into the voting Saturday, Jan 11, 2014, for the Best Plunge Costume during the 2014 Polar Plunge and 5K Polar Run/Walk, “Freezin’ for a Reason,” at the Square in downtown Greenwood. Proceeds from both events allow Greenwood Special Olympics athletes to train and compete in a variety of sporting events completely free of charge.

PHOTO BY JAMIE MITCHELL

Team members from The Health Depot mark their entry into the Polar Plunge, Saturday, Jan 11, 2014, for the Best Plunge Costumes during the 2014 Polar Plunge and 5K Polar Run/Walk, ҆”Freezin’ for a Reason,” at the Square in downtown Greenwood. Proceeds from both events allow Greenwood Special Olympics athletes to train and compete in a variety of sporting events completely free of charge.

SUBMITTED PHOTO

Mr. Chatman, the GJH Principal, and six Partners plunged into the cold water Sat. Jan. 11th in Greenwood to benefit Special Olympics. From left to right are DeAron Robinson, Marleigh Glasgow, Samantha Duque, Mr. Chatman, Luke Johnson, Makenna Hurt, and Audrey Spence. GJH raised $1,800 for Special Olympics and won the Cool School Award for the second year in a row for raising the most money of all the groups.

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