Feb. 19, 2014
For Immediate Release
|Harry Haynes, a senior from Georgia, did a “pre-plunge” today as he isn’t going to be able to do the “Tiger Plunge” Saturday. Haynes was challenged to remain in the water five minutes, which he did, to get another pledge. He is the leader in the “Tiger Plunge” at the moment. Funds are being raised for the Society of Professional Journalists, of which Haynes is president; the Alumni & Friends Park and the School of Nursing. The Tiger Plunge is at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 at Alumni & Friends Park at 301 N. Columbia Ave., Campbellsville. (Campbellsville University Photos by Ye Wei “Vicky”)|
|Harry Haynes cheers after surviving the cold water at
the Alumni & Friends Park fountain.
|Harry Haynes, left, gives his professor Stan McKinney
a hug after coming out of the fountain at Alumni &
Friends Park. McKinney is the founder of the Tiger
Plunge and is in second place in pledges — behind
Haynes. Other who plan to plunge are: Dr. Michael V.
Carter, Dr. Bob Wade, Dr. John Hurtgen, Dr. Jason
Garrett, Dr. Tony Cunha, Rob Roberts, Jordan Antle,
Jayson Barnes, Aris Kuntz, Cameron Jackson, Ye Wei
“Vicky,” Shelby Mattingly, Joshua Vincent, Luisa
Martini and Christopher Mills.