Special Olympics supporters in New Hampshire take ocean dip

Nearly 300 students from 29 New Hampshire high schools took a winter swim in the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday as part of a two-day event to raise money for the state's Special Olympics program. The High School Plunge raised $73,850 for the organization. The Penguin Plunge -- an event held Sunday -- included 718 participants of all ages who contributed an additional $571,812 to the cause.

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