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An overcast day greeted hundreds of enthusiastic swimmers who braved the cold waters of Elk Lake at the 37th annual Polar Bear Swim on Tuesday.   - Arnold Lim/News staff
An overcast day greeted hundreds of enthusiastic swimmers who braved the cold waters of Elk Lake at the 37th annual Polar Bear Swim on Tuesday.
— image credit: Arnold Lim/News staff

An overcast day greeted hundreds of enthusiastic swimmers who braved the cold waters of Elk Lake at the 37th annual Polar Bear Swim on Tuesday.

 

 

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