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Freezin’ for a Reason35 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason34 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason33 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason34 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason32 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason36 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason30 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason29 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason32 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason30 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason29 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Freezin’ for a Reason30 viewsJanuary 1 found locals Freezin’ for a Reason again at the annual polar plunge fundraiser to benefit those who are fighting cancer in our own community. At Mattapoisett Town Beach that morning, the air temperature was in the single digits and the water was a frigid 40 degrees. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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