Frigid dip raises money for diabetes research

The fourth annual St. James Polar Bear Club Dive was held at Long Beach. The polar plungers took the dip to raise money for diabetes

The frigid dip today was to benefit juvenile diabetes research.

The frigid dip today was to benefit juvenile diabetes research. (1/20/13)

NISSEQUOGUE - Dozens of courageous souls braved frigid waters in Nissequogue today to raise money for a good cause.

The fourth annual St. James Polar Bear Club Dive was held at Long Beach. The polar plungers took the dip to raise money for diabetes research.

The money raised today will go to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
 

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