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Polar Bear Dip set for New Year’s Day at Ness Lake

If you are brave enough, then come and take the plunge.

The Ness Lake Bible Camp’s annual Polar Bear Dip, January 1, is one way you can help send kids to camp and it’s a refreshing and fun way to begin the New Year.

Every child deserves to go to camp and the folks at Ness Lake Bible Camp work hard to make camp accessible for all, but they need your help to make it happen. All money raised from this event will go to the camper sponsorship fund which makes camp possible for children whose families would otherwise not be able to afford to send them.

The cost for ‘dippers’ is $25 which gets you a fun experience of a lifetime. Or you can fundraise with their pledge sheet. The Ness Lake team cuts the hole through the ice for all the dippers, you get an exclusive t-shirt and they have loads of cheerleaders for you… not to mention hot chocolate, coffee and cinnamon buns to warm you up after.

Spectators attend free. So bring out as many friends as you can to cheer you on and support you in helping send kids to camp.

Awesome prizes are given for the three people who raise the most money and for the three best costumes.

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