Greg Pawluk, a member of the Apex Police Department’s Special Response Team, takes a jump into Shepherds Vineyard Pool with other members of the unit. The Apex Police Department held the first Polar Plunge Saturday, Feb. 21, to raise money for the Special Olympics. Almost 50 people jumped, raising $7,700.
Greg Pawluk, a member of the Apex Police Department’s Special Response Team, takes a jump into Shepherds Vineyard Pool with other members of the unit. The Apex Police Department held the first Polar Plunge Saturday, Feb. 21, to raise money for the Special Olympics. Almost 50 people jumped, raising $7,700. DAVE GILL
Greg Pawluk, a member of the Apex Police Department’s Special Response Team, takes a jump into Shepherds Vineyard Pool with other members of the unit. The Apex Police Department held the first Polar Plunge Saturday, Feb. 21, to raise money for the Special Olympics. Almost 50 people jumped, raising $7,700. DAVE GILL

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