Muskie Plungers Freezin for a Reason

Muskies Canada Inc. Kawartha Lakes Chapter members Steve Nicholls and David White are looking for pledges from other members to help them out.

This will be happening on February 7th at the Causeway between Bridgenorth and Ennismore.

More info on the Plunge can be found here:

Come join these brave and crazy plungers who dare enter the frigid waters of Chemong Lake because they’re Freezin for a Reason.  Plungers raise funds for their favorite charities and support BEL Rotary’s many charitable endeavors in the process.

More specific info is available on the registration form.

Hot tubs, hot food will be the immediate reward for the plungers and a chance at a prize for the best costume or most funds raised.

If you don’t feel adventurous, you can always come put to support the plungers, laugh at the silly costumes and join in the frolicking with your friends and family.

The event takes place at Rotary Park, Ennismore, at 2 p.m. sharp on Sunday, Feb 7, 2010.  Plungers must be registered by 1:30 pm

Any pledges will surely be appreciated to make this a success for the B-E-L Rotary Club and our Chapter. A great portion of the money raised by our 2 volunteers goes directly to the Chapter and will be used in assisting us with the KTD project and Pike Invasion Project so please help out if you can.

Anyone wishing to pledge money can mail a cheque payable to Muskies Canada Inc. Kawartha Lakes Chapter to:

Tom McCutcheon
17 Marilyn Cres.
Ennismore, ON

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