North Rockland Supervisors to Take Their First Plunge for Stony Point Seals Sunday

The 19th Annual Stony Point Seals’ Polar Plunge will feature North Rockland’s two supervisors – both Polar Plunge Rookies – going into the frigid waters together. Stony Point supervisor Jim Monaghan said he and Haverstraw supervisor Howard Phillips will lead the procession into the water, and they’ll probably be the first ones to come out…

Audio: Jim Monaghan

Haverstraw Supervisor Howard Phillips jokingly accused a Stony Point Town Justice of coercing him into taking the plunge……

Audio: Howard Phillips

The fundraiser takes place Sunday at Ten AM in the frigid Hudson River at the Stony Point Seawall just off Main Street. The event raises money for two North Rockland teens who are battling cancer. 15 year-old Olivia McGuire has Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, and 17 year-old Brian Mullin has battled Neuroblastoma and more recently Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome. You can make a donation at their website, www.StonyPointSeals.com.

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