Amagansett Principal Takes A Plunge For The Pantries - 27 East

Amagansett Principal Takes A Plunge For The Pantries

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Charly DiTullio

Charly DiTullio

 the winner of the Polar Bear Plunge logo contest

the winner of the Polar Bear Plunge logo contest

authorLaura Weir on Dec 17, 2013
They will submerge their bare flesh in frigid waters to ring in the New Year and raise money for local food pantries. Once again, this year, the Amagansett Student Council... more

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