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Senior staff at Town of Gravenhurst take ALS plunge

Despite a drop in ALS Ice Bucket Challenges, senior staff at the Town of Gravenhurst recently took the plunge. Staff and colleagues cheered on a number of people as they lined up outside of the Municipal Office. The Township of Muskoka Lakes senior management team and neighbouring Muskoka townships, including: Huntsville, Bracebridge and Lake of Bays issued the challenge. ALS is a progressive neuromuscular disease that causes nerve cells die and leave voluntary muscles paralyzed. Approximately 2,500 – 3,000 Canadians currently live with this fatal disease. To make a donation, please visit www.als.ca.

Photo Submitted By: Town of Gravenhurst. The fearless management staff who braved the icy shower for ALS research included; (l-r) Scott Lucas, (Development Services), Julia Reinhart, (Library), Ken Watson, (Treasurer), Norma Bush, (Human Resources), Dave Weldon, (CAO), Marta Proctor, (Recreation, Arts and Culture),Renato Romanin, (Communications Economic Development) and Larry Brassard, (Fire Chief).To view additional photos from the Ice Bucket Challenge and a YouTube video of the event, you can subscribe to the Town of Gravenhurst Social Media Page. For more information about ALS research and the Ice Bucket Challenge, visit www.als.ca

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