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Freezin’ for a Reason at Lake Anne

On Saturday, Feb. 4, 185 hearty souls jumped into the 40 degree water of Lake Anne at Lake Anne Plaza to raise over $73,000 for Camp Sunshine.

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Reston resident Raba Letteri, with her sons Aaron, 8 (right) and Joseph, 12, jump into ...

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Mermaid Mary Turner of Herndon jumps into the 40 degree water of Lake Anne on ...

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Tom Withers of Reston jumps into the 40 degree water of Lake Anne as part ...

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Reston resident Tom Withers swims in the frigid water of Lake Anne after jumping in ...

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The Newberry Family of Oakton - Tucker Newberry, Claire, Grant, Carine, and Nicholas - jump ...

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Team Penguin, from Centreville, jump into Lake Anne on Saturday, Feb. 4, as part of ...

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A group of girls from Marshall High School jump into Lake Anne on Feb. 4 ...

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On Feb. 4 at Lake Anne Plaza, these girls are freezing for two reasons: to ...

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Tim Gieber (right) of Herndon and Shawn Egan climb out of the cold waters of ...

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Selvin Rosa of Herndon flips into Lake Anne with friends Shawn Egan and Tim Gieber ...

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Mike Collins, of Reston, jumps into the 40 degree water of Lake Anne with sons ...

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Henry Collins, 5, of Reston gets some help climbing out of the cold waters of ...

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Henry Collins, 5, of Reston, is comforted and warmed by father Mike Collins after jumping ...

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Matt Brick of Centreville aims for a bellyflop into the cold water of Lake Anne ...

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Lifeguards from the Reston Community Center jump into Lake Anne as part of the Feb. ...

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Lifeguards from the Reston Community Center jump into Lake Anne. In no particular order: Scott ...

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