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Polar Plunge gets change of venue

Shepard Park Beach can’t be used

Organizers of Lake George's annual New Year's Day Polar Plunge last year had to adapt to skyrocketing attendance. More than 2,000 people registered last year, nearly twice of the event's usual attendance.
Organizers of Lake George's annual New Year's Day Polar Plunge last year had to adapt to skyrocketing attendance. More than 2,000 people registered last year, nearly twice of the event's usual attendance.
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After more than a dozen years of swimmers dipping their toes into icy water at Shepard Park Beach in Lake George, the Polar Plunge is moving south. But don’t expect a warmer climate — the popular New Year’s Day dip is relocating a stone’s throw away to Million Dollar Beach on the southern tip of Lake George. Shepard Park Beach is being treated for invasive Asian clams with mats covering the ground at the shoreline. ...


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