Annual Penguin Plunge in Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – The Humane Society’s 26th Annual Penguin Plunge was held on Sunday, January 1st at the Beach Club on City Island.

Event attendees help raise money to support homeless animals in central Pennsylvania. Then, on New Year’s Day, they come together to plunge into the freezing Susquehanna River.

For some participants, this has become an annual tradition.

“It has become a new tradition. I had some friends here who invited us to help the Humane Society,” said participant Eric Schott.

In addition to the jump, the event featured a pre-jump chill-out zone with food, drinks, activities and a place to warm up before the big event. Annual Penguin Plunge in Harrisburg

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