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Posted: Sunday, February 24, 2013 12:30 am | Updated: 1:01 am, Tue Apr 16, 2013.

Seventy or so intrepid souls braved Upper Rhoda Pond’s chilly depths for charity Saturday at Coarc’s Fifth Annual Polar Plunge. Teams and individuals alike shed their inhibitions, and outerwear, to raise $10,750 toward underfunded programs at the non-profit organization that caters to disabled children and adults.

First responders from the Copake Fire District, Greenport Rescue Squad and Columbia County Sheriff’s Office stood watch at Coarc’s Camp Mahican as the Ice Ice Babies, NUMB Skulls and other teams made a mad dash from the water’s edge into Upper Rhoda Pond.

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