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January 19, 2013


	An eclectic group of forty seven jumpers from Nobles County participated in the Deep Freeze Dip at Lake Okabena on Saturday.  Final tallies are not yet in but as of Monday they had raised over $23,000 with more donations coming in. 
 NOBLES COUNTY REVIEW/Carol Schreiber
NOBLES COUNTY REVIEW/Carol Schreiber
An eclectic group of forty seven jumpers from Nobles County participated in the Deep Freeze Dip at Lake Okabena on Saturday. Final tallies are not yet in but as of Monday they had raised over $23,000 with more donations coming in.
Raising $25,000 “would fund the program for about three years,” explained event organizer Chad Cummings.
By Carol Schreiber Staff writer

Forty-seven brave souls jumped in the 34 degree waters of Lake Okabena in Worthington on Saturday for the Deep Freeze Dip.

With final tallies not yet in, this year’s event has come very close to reaching it’s goal of raising $25,000 for the Jami Cummings Learn to Swim Program. As of Monday, over $23,000 had been donated and funds were still being accepted.

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