NEWSCCW Staff Writer JUNEAU - On Jan. 1, 1994, a party of five decided to take a dive. To Mary Bardone, Bill Platte, Barbara Greening, Eva Ceder, and Len Ceder, it seemed like a brilliant idea to jump into the icy waters of the inside passage without wearing any sort of synthetic body insulation. They liked it so much that it became a New Year's tradition. Word of the plunge spread like wildfire, and by the second year the event had about four times as many people participating.
Continuing the tradition of New Year's immersion