LUDINGTON, Mich. (AP) -- Hundreds of people have taken part in the 14th annual Ludington Lake Jump.
Adults and children alike hopped into the 38-degree waters of Lake Michigan on Saturday to raise money for the West Shore Pregnancy Care Center.
The Ludington Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/10DHXhm ) local law enforcement was on standby in case of an emergency.
The goal is to raise $40,000, which would allow West Shore Pregnancy Care Center to pay off the mortgage at its new location.
WSPCC is a faith-based nonprofit that offers free, confidential, self-administered pregnancy tests. The center also provides diapers, formula, clothing and high chairs for pregnant women.
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