2010 Polar Bear Swim for Sight Photos and Highlights

The 41st Olcott Polar Bear "Swim for Sight" was Sunday, March 7, 2010.

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Photos above by: Ray Sopczuk Photography
North Tonawanda, NY  14120
Email: sphotoray@msn.com

More Photos

Wayne Peters photots on website

Click here for more photos of the 2010 Swim for Sight by Wayne Peters

Wayne Peters website

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HIGHLIGHTS

The 2010 ‘Swim for Sight’ was a great day for Olcott, a fun day for the many swimmers and spectators and a huge success for the charities and programs supported by the Olcott Lions Club.

A record 1000 swimmers participated in the 2010 swim, a tremendous achievement that exceeded last year’s 800.  Polar Bear supporters have really caught on to our appeal to raise funds that help the many charities and programs sponsored by the Lions Clubs locally and around the world.  Thanks and credit go to not only the brave and enthusiastic swimmers, but also to the many friends, family and workplace supporters who help the swimmers raise contributions.

The help of every ‘polar bear’ is so important to this fun and worthwhile event, and for the many participants who met our challenge to raise $50.00 and more, their outstanding achievement is especially recognized by the organizations and the vision services supported by the Lions Clubs.

44 devoted and hard-working ‘polar bears’ each raised $250 or more for the cause. 

This year's two top fundraisers contributed more than $1,000 each; including Lisa Cox of Medina, and one terrific but anonymous donor -- or in the excitement they forget to write their name on the registration.

The following outstanding fundraisers contributed over $500 each – say ‘yeah’ to:

Stacy Austin, Burt

John and Christie Cahalan, Clarence

David Corbett, Niagara Falls

Tracy Dehn, Sanborn

Katie Mika, Hamburg

Susan Parker, Albion

Helene Pavlock, Youngstown

Matthew Seaver, Medina

Mary Taylor, Lockport

Mike Walker, Kenmore

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