Chilling for Charity in the Susquehanna River
TURBOT TOWNSHIP -- The cold wind and snow flurries made things feel even chillier at a polar plunge for charity. Just looking at the west branch of the Susquehanna River, Bonnie McDowell of Milton couldn't stop shivering. "I'm dreading this," she said. But despite the chill, dozens of people prepared to take the plunge into 38 degree water at Fort Boone Campground near Milton. Their goal was raising money for the Salvation Army's youth programs including a summer music camp.