The Simpsonian

Simpson Greeks, swimmers raise $1,200 for Special Olympics

by Brock Borgeson, Sports Editor

Eight members of Simpson College Greek Life as well as a group of five from the Simpson swimming team participated in the 2016 Warren County Polar Plunge benefit for Special Olympics at Lake Ahquabi Saturday.

Conditions were a lot warmer this year with the temperature sitting in the high 50s around the noon start time.

The fraternities and sororities included were Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Lambda Gamma. Together they raised around $1,200.

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