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Taking the plunge

John Woodfill, left, prepares to dunk his nephew, Sam Woodfill, 17, during the annual Polar Bear Plunge at Johnny Appleseed Park on Tuesday. At least 100 hardy souls showed up for the annual event. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
John Woodfill, left, prepares to dunk his nephew, Sam Woodfill, 17, during the annual Polar Bear Plunge at Johnny Appleseed Park on Tuesday. At least 100 hardy souls showed up for the annual event. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
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Wednesday, January 02, 2013 12:01 am
It wouldn't be New Year's Day without the annual Polar Bear Plunge at Johnny Appleseed Park. At least 100 hardy souls showed up for the annual event Tuesday afternoon.

John Woodfill dunked his nephew, Sam Woodfill, 17, during the annual event, while Sara Waudby, 29, took her first plunge. Through chattering teeth, Waudby said she might even do it again next year.

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