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010217b01 Plunge

Kaylan Hartman, Matt Nabbefeldt, Pearl Pangkey, and Jim Sheffield, counterclockwise from top, experience frigid lake water at the Lula Lake Land Trust's first ever polar plunge event on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017, in Lookout Mountain, Ga. Donors paid a fee to be able to jump into the cold lake, which is normally closed to swimmers, to raise money for the trust and their Chattanooga connector trail project.

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Photos of the Year 2017
Kaylan Hartman, Matt Nabbefeldt, Pearl Pangkey, and Jim Sheffield, counterclockwise from top, experience frigid lake water at the Lula Lake Land Trust's first ever polar plunge event on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017, in Lookout Mountain, Ga. Donors paid a fee to be able to jump into the cold lake, which is normally closed to swimmers, to raise money for the trust and their Chattanooga connector trail project.