Volunteers ready for polar plunges at Adrian’s First Fridays

ADRIAN — Partly cloudy skies and a significant temperature of 13 degrees are in the forecast today, which seems like suitable temperature disorders for leaping into a pool full of icy drinking water proper in the heart of downtown Adrian. 

That is just what 12 Adrian-area men and women will be accomplishing these days at 5:30 p.m. as element of a fundraising campaign during the February edition of downtown Adrian’s First Fridays. 

“Maple Frost” is the concept of today’s First Fridays in which individuals 12 local community members have volunteered to take part in a new occasion, the Maple Frost Plunge, having area at the intersection of Principal and Maumee streets.  

Individuals in the Maple Frost Plunge have been fundraising for various organizations through Lenawee County because the event was announced in mid-January. If the individuals get to the fundraising purpose of $500 or far more, they will choose a plunge into “an icy chilly pool of drinking water” today, a news release from the metropolis of Adrian explained.