The day started with with bannners proudly displayed in the lodge at
Camp Mariah, Sharpe Reservation, Fishkill, NY
Nassau County Lodge 25 President presenting contributions to Rosemary Bruno,
Vice-President of Development, Special Olympics New York
The crowd marches down and assembles at the lake front
Joe Fuller, Lodge 25 volunteer for the
Plunge, victoriously raises his arms.
Even the entertainment gets into the
spirit (and water) of the day.
Joe having 2nd thoughts.
Joe takes the plunge!
Joe's having fun and
starts a water fight!
Everybody out of the pool!
Joe is quite exhuberant after his feat.
Joe is awarded a plaque for being the
"plunger" who travelled the farthest
distance to the event.  Presenting the
award is Chris Hamel, FOP Lodge 333,
and Coordinator for the Law
Enforcement Torch Run
Lodge 25 members (from left to right)
Richie Denton, Pres. Bob Lucente,
Joe Fuller (with daughter Diana) and
Tom McGovern with the
Polar Plunge mascot
Lodge 25 members (from left to right)
Richie Denton, Pres. Bob Lucente,
Joe Fuller (with daughter Diana) and
Linda Fuller with the
Polar Plunge mascot
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Nassau County Lodge 25
7th Annual Polar Plunge
March 5, 2011
On March 5, 2011 Lodge 25 was proud to participate in the 7th Annual Polar Plunge held at Bar Beach in the
Town of North Hempstead.

President Robert Guendel and lodge members join hundreds of other supporters to raise funds for the Special
Olympics New York.

Behind these volunteers were the hundreds of supporters on hand and countless others not present who
contributed money to the Special Olympics in behalf of the "Polar Plungers". A big thanks to  
Joe Branzetti
for his hard work for this event.

Lodge 25 would like to extend a thanks to all of it's members who supported this event, not to remiss a big thank
you goes to the man in uniform for their support on this day.