Plunge raises money for Regional Hospice


March 15, 2022

Charity Smith/Daily Globe

BROTHERS ADAM and RJ Heiden wear dinosaur costumes to jump into a tank of cold water and support Regional Hospice during the North Pole Bar Polar Bears plunge event on Saturday at the Montreal Fire Department.


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MONTREAL, Wis. - A group of people, known as the North Pole Bar Polar Bears took a plunge into freezing water on Saturday to raise funds for Regional Hospice.

The event is a spin-off off the Regional Hospice event which used to take place annually in Wakefield, but because of COVID has not been able to do so. The bears, decided to host their own event this year to raise money for hospice.

A total of 14 people jumped into a portable water tank that was set up in the parking lot of the Montreal Fire Department wearing a variety of different costum...

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