'Frosty' plunge into icy Monongahela River
Mitchell Niccolai is eager to jump in the Monongahela River Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, in Coal Center for the first Frosty Frolic held by the California Area School District Foundation. The event was held to raise money for scholarships, grants and other support of the students and the California Area School District.
Photo by Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Big splashes were made in the Monongahela River Saturday in Coal Center during the first “Frosty Frolic” held by the California Area School District Foundation.
People of all ages plunged into the frosty Monongahela River to raise money for scholarships, grants and other support of the students and the California Area School District.
Prizes were awarded for the most money raised by various groups including California University of Pennsylvania students, California Area High School students and alumni as well as community participants. Prizes for best costumes were also given.
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