Evergreen Lake Plunge

8th Annual Evergreen Lake Plunge 2016

Take the PLUNGE – If You Dare!

When you registered as a Lake Plunger, you received a custom link that you could send to your family and fiends so they may help you achieve your fundraising goal – set your goal high! You have until January 10th to use that link.

The Evergreen Lake Plunge was the biggest ever in 2016! Read the Canyon Courier article about the event.


Drive Smart IceFest - Plunge Bear

At high noon on New Year’s Day at Evergreen Lake, snow or shine, you too can jump into the inviting waters for a winter plunge! You’d be joining several local personalities, some more notorious than others, in their New Year’s Day bath in the icy Rocky Mountain waters.

This event is a partnership with Drive Smart, Evergreen Fire/Rescue, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, and Evergreen Park & Recreation District. This event is a fund raiser for Drive Smart and the Evergreen Park & Recreation District Special Needs Program.

A 10-foot by 10-foot area, four to five feet deep, will be cut out of the ice and equipped with a platform, ladder and Evergreen Fire Department water rescue personnel to ensure everyone’s safety.

Registration is $35 in advance, $45 at the door and can be purchased online.

 

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Too chicken to plunge? but want to support someone who isn’t. You can sponsor that friend, boss or enemy and watch those wild, woolly characters jump in!

Click Here (until January 10th) to Make a donation to an Evergreen Lake Plunger

 

Drive Smart - Plunge Bear

How do I Raise $500 in a Week?

  • Day 1 – Start by sponsoring yourself for $25
  • Day 2 – Ask 3 family members to sponsor you for $25
  • Day 3 – Ask 5 friends to donate $15
  • Day 4 – Ask 5 co-workers to sponsor you for $10
  • Day 5 – Email 15 people and ask for a $10 donation
  • Day 6 – Ask your company for a $75 contribution
  • Day 7 – Ask 2 businesses you frequent for $25

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Parking will be at US Bank and adjacent lots, with a shuttle running to the lake beginning at 10 am. There will be no parking at the Lake.