The colder, the better for Wildwood polar bear plungers who dipped in frigid waters for good cause

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Michael Grabowy was one of approximately 900 people to take the plunge for Special Olympics New Jersey Saturday afternoon in Wildwood. For the first time plunger and Navy Veteran this day meant more than just a quick dip in the 44 degree water to raise money for the New Jersey athletes. Grabowy is a Special Olympics swimming coach in Vineland, so for him the event hits close to his heart. “Because of my team,” said Grabowy, a first-year coach, about why he decided to take the plunge. This year’s event raised approximately $300,000 for the roughly 20,000 Special Olympic athletes in the Garden S…

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