Cheered on by several hundred observers Saturday, about 300 people braved the icy-cold waters of Long Lake to take part in the annual Polar Bear Plunge. Rock music blared over speakers to help get people in the mood, including a tribute to former Black Sabbath frontman Ronnie James Dio, who died in May.
Cheered on by several hundred observers Saturday, about 300 people braved the icy-cold waters of Long Lake to take part in the annual Polar Bear Plunge. Rock music blared over speakers to help get people in the mood, including a tribute to former Black Sabbath frontman Ronnie James Dio, who died in May. The Olympian
Cheered on by several hundred observers Saturday, about 300 people braved the icy-cold waters of Long Lake to take part in the annual Polar Bear Plunge. Rock music blared over speakers to help get people in the mood, including a tribute to former Black Sabbath frontman Ronnie James Dio, who died in May. The Olympian

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Plenty of Polar Bears take the plunge at Long Lake in Lacey

January 02, 2011 12:00 AM

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