Hundreds brave the cold, dive into the new year

For some, New Year’s Day wouldn’t be the same without the Penguin Plunge. For the sixth year in a row, revelers gathered at Juana’s Pagodas to brave the cool weather and dive into the 62-degree water of Santa Rosa Sound.

Last year’s event netted the Fisher House a check for $7,600.

“We hope that this year’s event will be just as successful,” Fisher House event coordinator Kim Henderson said. “We have quite a few Fisher House volunteers here today to help everyone have fun and contribute to a great cause.”

Read more in the Jan. 8 issue of Navarre Press or subscribe online here.

 

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