Polar Bear Challenge
Haliburton and District Lions Club Polar Bear Challenge
February 16, 2013
Take a refreshing splash into icy waters of Head Lake
What is a polar bear plunge - an event usually held yearly throughout the winter season in which participants jump into a body of water despite the freezing temperatures.
In previous years the volunteer firefighters bring chainsaws to cut a hole in the ice to make it possible for the plunge, or quick dip as I call it.
Emergency Medical Services together with the Algonquin Highlands fire department, which specialize in underwater rescue will probably be on standby at this Polar Bear event.
- 12:30 registration
- 1:00 pm for the event
- All proceeds for Sick Kids Eye Project
- Head Lake Park
- Lions BBQ Tent
Haliburton and District Lions Club Polar Bear ChallengeAn event at the Haliburton Frost Festival ~ All proceeds to the Sick Kids Eye Project
Event starts at 1:00 pm Pledge forms available at Cranberry Cottage, Haliburton Foodland, West Guildford Shopping Centre
Prizes award to the top individual pledge dollars and top team pledge dollars
Contact Lion Jim Frost at 705 457-4031
Or visit their website at:
Are you up for it!......