The Polar Bear Dip in Haliburton County is coming for a third year to raise money for charity. The Haliburton and District Lions Club is holding it and past president, Jim Frost explains where the funds go.

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Frost says in the first two years they’ve raised close to 16 thousand dollars for the Sick Kids Eye Project. Pledge sheets are at the Lions Club, but can also be picked up in the Moose studio, Foodland, Cranberry Cottage or the Independent in Haliburton as well as Bill’s store in West Guilford.

The Dip is happening in Head Lake Park on Saturday February 14. Moose FM’s own Rick Lowes has made the pledge to do the Polar Bear Dip if the station can raise one thousand dollars for the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Foundation. To donate to the cause, you can visit Moose FM, located on Highland Street, or the HHSF office at the Haliburton office. You can also call either location and donate over the phone.

Moose FM: 705-457-3897

HHHSF: 705-457-1580