Be a part of the Washington Trail District BSA Lake LeBoeuf 2015 Polar Plunge! On Sunday, December 6, 2015 at 2PM. Located at the Fish and Game Commission Access Area Northwestern Shore of Lake LeBoeuf in Waterford, PA off Water Street (turn left on S. Hazel at end of Water St
Plunge into the icy waters of Lake LeBoeuf, braving the frigid waters of the lake as George Washington did in December of 1753, to raise funds for boy scouting in French Creek Council’s Washington Trail District.
Be a part of this demonstration of our confidence, leadership and citizenship by taking the 2015 Lake LeBoeuf Polar Plunge and making a contribution to Boy Scouting. Washington Trail District BSA provides our local youths with programs and activities that allow them to provide service to others, promote teamwork, build self-confidence and reinforce ethical standards, while leading young men to personal responsibility.
You are encouraged to collect pledges for your brave entry into icy cold Lake LeBoeuf. There will be prizes for the top two highest pledge amounts and a prize for the craziest costume/outfit (must be appropriate) entering the water! If you do not wish to collect pledges for your mighty feat, then we ask for a minimum $8 donation.
collectable patches will be available for purchase at the cost of $5.
After the plunge enjoy many of the events of Colonial Christmas in downtown Waterford!
We look forward to a frigid good time!!
All participants registered by Tuesday, November 24th will receive a Lake LeBoeuf Polar Plunge Certificate on the day of the plunge signed by the Chief Executive of the Washington Trail District! Commemorative
You will need to use the forms below see the Lake LeBoeuf Polar Plunge Registration link. Print out your pledge forms and waivers. Pledge forms, donations and waivers will be collected at the Polar Plunge. Everyone must have a signed waiver to participate.
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