Summerland Kinsmen Polar Bear Dip

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The Kinsmen Club of Summerland would like to welcome you to our annual Polar Bear Dip. It will be held at Sun-Oka beach on January 1 2018 at Noon sharp. We will have hot dogs, hot coco, and of course our collectors t-shirts available by donation for all attendees. We've been running this event for over 30 years, and lately it's been successful having local media helping us to promote our event. Especially when the audience finds out there's great prizes for best Male, Female, Oldest, Youngest, and Team costumes!

We're extremely fortunate to have our local community business donate prizes and sponsor our t-shirts, and we love giving back to the community by hosting this event, and others. We just finished a successful Fishing Pond at the Summerland Light Up, where over 400 kids came through and fished for a prize bag.

Thank you for joining us in the past, and we look forward to your partnership through the future. 


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