Melanie Stevens's and Kacey Dekker's Page


Muskegon Polar Plunge - 2012

Muskegon, Michigan

Melanie Stevens's and Kacey Dekker's Page


   Hello My name is Parker,

  I am 14  yrs old, I have a brother named chayton and a sister. I live with my mommy, her name is Melanie they all love me very much so does my Papa. I was born with Alot of medical problems Like Cerebral palsey,hydorcephalus,autism,epilepsy developmental disiabilities and things they dont even know yet . I am a special Olympic Athlete, i play bocce ball i love to play that i am very good at it, i could not play last summer games cuase i had to have another surgery on my leg that was the 20th surgery i had to have and guess what in a few weeks i have to have another one.And you know there are all these people that love us Special people so much they are willing to JUMP IN THE FREEZING WATER FOR US. EVEN MY MOM.!!! My little brother says he will even do it for me just so it raises enough money so we can play all the sports that a regular kid can play. Know how fun would it be to watch that? so please help out and sponsor my mommy and come and watch these silliy people jump in cold water for a great cause., and yeah watch a video of me my mommy made.

Thank you very Much


Muskegon Polar Plunge - 2012

Event Media


Saturday, February 04, 2012 at 2:00 PM


Fricano's - Muskegon Lake
Muskegon, Michigan


Heather Fox




The 2012 Muskegon Polar Plunge will take place at Fricano's located on Muskegon Lake. Registration will start at 2:00 p.m. The parade of costumes and plunge will start at 3:30 p.m. The post plunge party and awards ceremony will begin after the last plunger - 4:00 p.m.

Free admission to the Post Plunge Party for plungers. Party includes warm food and non-alcoholic beverages.

$75.00 – Long Sleeve T-Shirt
$200 -$499 – Polar Plunge Blanket
$500 - $999 – Sweatshirt with screen-print
$1,000 - $1,499 - Jacket






















Thank you for visiting my 2012 Polar Plunge fundraising page.

The Polar Plunge is made possible by the Law Enforcement Torch Run®, a group of police officers and corrections personnel committed to raising funds and awareness for SOMI. Proceeds from the Polar Plunge support the year-round sports training and athletic competition for more than 20,679 children and adults with intellectual disabilities who live in Michigan.

I have committed to support the athletes of Special Olympics Michigan by taking the plunge in 2012. Polar Plunges are a fun and unique way to support Special Olympics Michigan.

Once again thank you for visiting my page and considering making a donation. With your support we can truly make a difference.

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