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By Maureen Cody | Broker in Charleston, SC

Dunleavy's Pub - Sullivans Island SC - Polar Bear Swim! New Years Day

Today is one of the best events of the year and it is just January 1st!
Happy New Year!!
 
The 16th Annual Polar Bear Swim at Dunleavy's Pub on Sullivan's Island.

A fun day for everyone - great for families - All for a great cause - to support the Special Olympics!

Here is their Facebook post:

Dunleavy's Pub 16th Annual Polar Bear Swim

Type:
Network:
Global
Start Time:
Friday, January 1, 2010 at 10:00am
End Time:
Saturday, January 2, 2010 at 2:00am
Location:
2213 Middle Street Sullivan's Island, SC

Description

Dunleavy's Pub 16th Annual Polar Bear Swim to benefit the Special Olympics. Come one, come all to donate to this very worthy cause!

Come dressed in your New Year's Day attire! You'll see all kinds of crazy outfits! No birthday suits, as this is a family event!

Dunleavy's will be serving Hoppin' John and collard greens and plenty of Shepherd's Pie.

Carroll Brown will be playing Friday night, starting at 6 pm until close. Come celebrate the new year with a ton of fun! 

All dogs must be on a leash if you bring them to the Plunge.I'll see you there!
 

If I can help you learn more about the greater Charleston area and/or help you with real estate needs please contact me:
 
Maureen 
 
maureen@maureencody.com
843-323-1013
www.screlocate.com

 
 
 
 

Comments

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