Families gather at Get Fired Up in Pawcatuck on Monday to watch Blue Blue and his fellow African Penguin Blue Green from the Mystic Aquarium paint tiles with their footprints that will be given as awards at the Annual Penguin Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct. 18, 20014, a fund raiser for the aquarium. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun
Full costumed 501st Legion ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Peter Allen, of Westerly, who has ALS, had his dream of being in the Star Wars fan group 501st Legion fulfilled when members from all over New England presented Allen with his completed TIE Fighter uniform and his honorary 501st membership at the Elk Club on Sunday. The group also participated in an ALS ice bucket challenge in full costume. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun
Charlestown Town Council’s Ice Bucket Challenge
The Rhode Island Charlestown Town Council takes the Ice Bucket Challenge on Sept. 12, 2014 at 5:15 pm. Tim and Charlie Beck of the Charlestown Mini Super donated the ice.
Principal Steven Ruscito’s Ice Bucket Challenge
Westerly High School principal Steven Ruscito accepts the ALS ice bucket challenge on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.
Raft Race on Pawcatuck River
The staff from local restaurants and bars participate in the third annual Bridge Raft Race at The Bridge Restaurant on Monday. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun
Derek Mason’s Ice Bucket Challenge
On August 14, 2014, Derek Mason gladly accepted ice bucket challenge from fellow Westerly Middle School Classmate, Patrick Murphy.
Westerly Middle School Ice Bucket Challenge
Westerly Middle School faculty participate in the ALS ice bucket challenge. The students and parents raised over $800.
Cottrell Ice Bucket Challenge
Cottrell Brewing Ice bucket challenge to strike out ALS ! We challenge Revival Brewing, Safe Harbor and GW beer
Taylor Swift Ice Bucket Challenge
Westerly resident Taylor Swift does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Donate here: http://www.alsa.org/fight-als/ice-bucket-challenge.html
Mystic Branch YMCA Ice Bucket Challenge
Our Staff and Directors at the Ocean Community YMCA took the Ice Bucket Challenge at Mystic Beach Camp, and Camp Counselors got to do the honors!
Jonnycake Center Ice Bucket Challenge
Jonnycake Center of Westerly take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and nominates friends at WARM and Wood River Health.
Wood River Health Services Ice Bucket Challenge
Wood River Health Services staff from every department, board members and administrators turned out to take takes the ALS Ice bucket challenge
Russ Partridge Ice Bucket Challenge
Russ Partridge of the WARM Center does the ALS ice bucket challenge.
Westerly Police Ice Bucket Challenge at Westerly
Westerly Police officers take the ALS ice bucket challenge.
Marc Perlman Ice Bucket Challenge at Westerly
Ocean State Job Lot CEO Marc Perlman gladly accepted the ALS #IceBucketChallenge today, choosing to both get doused and to donate $10,000 from Job Lot to the ALS cause. That’s the same amount as Charlie Sheen! The amount covers all 114 Job Lot stores. Marc called out Bill Hatfield, Rhode Island president of Bank of America, Ned Handy, president of Washington Trust Bank, the Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs, and Peter Griffin of Family Guy, who each have 24 hours to complete the challenge. Thanks to Nick, Ron and Pete at Cardi’s Furniture for nominating Marc.
Bruce Celico Ice Bucket Challenge
Westerly Police Officer Bruce Celico
Mansfield Insurance Ice Bucket Challenge
Mansfield Insurance Agency accepted the call out by ServiceMaster by Mason to participate in the #ALS #FrateTrain #icebucketchallenge...but in our own Mansfieldian way!
Senator Jack Reed Ice Bucket Challenge
Rhode Island Sen. Jack Reed completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge today, and in turn encouraged all Rhode Islanders to do the same to raise awareness about ALS and help those in need. For more information or to get involved, visit: www.alsa.org.
David Tranchida Ice Bucket Challenge
Westerly Sun managing editor David Tranchida took the Ice Bucket Challenge on Aug. 14, and issued a few challenges of his own.
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