Important Information for Plungers:
- Plunger On-site Registration/Check-In:
- Saturday, April 29th, 2023, Registration opens at 10 am
- Halifax City Hall, Grand Parade Square, 1841 Argyle Street
- Registration from 10:00 am – 11:00 am
- Pay your registration fee if you have not already
- Special Olympics athletes do not pay a registration fee
- If you miss check-in, you cannot plunge
- You will be given a plunger bracelet and plunge number
- After the plunge show your bracelet to receive your Polar Plunge Toque
- Opening Ceremonies:
- Begins at 11:00 am with opening remarks
- Athletes Pledge
- Torch Run:
- Begins at 11:30 am
- Plungers & on-lookers will follow members of the NSLETR to the plunge location
- The Plunge:
- Plunges will begin at 12:00 pm at The Queen’s Marque, 1715 Lower Water Street
- BYOT (Bring Your Own Towel)
- Raise over $300 for a FREE custom Polar Plunge towel!
- Parking could be a challenge – please come early!
- Costumes are encouraged – The crazier the better!
- Come prepared, we will have limited facilities to change afterwards
- HOT Coffee and HOT Chocolate will be available after you plunge
- Please encourage your friends and family to come watch
Nova Scotia Law Enforcement Torch Run (NSLETR) now has this unique challenge coin for sale and when purchased will send a message of support to Special Olympic Nova Scotia Athletes across the province.
Each coin is $25 or you can purchase 2 for $40.
CLICK HERE to place your order today!
A challenge coin is a uniquely designed coin that represents an organization or occasion. Being given a challenge coin represents comrade or unity and proves membership of a certain group, as well as honouring the actions of those who receive them.
For bulk orders please contact NSLETR Provincial Director S/SGT Kim Robinson email@example.com