Dearborn Co. Sheriff Shane McHenry Honored As Torch Bearer For Polar Plunge

The Polar Plunge took place this past Saturday, February 15.

(Special Olympics athlete Mathew Menchhofer and Sheriff McHenry. Photo by Dearborn County Sheriff Office.)

(Versailles, Ind.) - Each year, a law enforcement officer is asked to participate in the plunge as a torch bearer.

This year, Dearborn County Sheriff Shane McHenry accepted the honorary job and enjoyed every minute of it. 

"Special Olympics Indiana is an amazing organization and the athletes are an inspiration to us all.  I was truly honored to be able to lead the polar plunge with Special Olympics athlete Mathew Menchhofer," says Sheriff McHenry. 



Annual Polar Plunge Benefiting Special Olympics Indiana Returns To Versailles State Park Feb. 15


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