Posted on Mar 02, 2020
District Governor Pam Anastasi (shown with her arms raised) has just experienced a chilling way to help end polio. On February 29, she and scores of other Rotarians, including Past District Governor Steve Sager, plunged into the frigid waters of the Atlantic Ocean at Long Beach in Gloucester, while taking part in District 7930's 10th Annual Polar Plunge to Eradicate Polio.
While DG Pam's goal was to raise at least $5,000, she raised more than $10,000. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will match it 2 to 1, so our $10,000+ will become more than $30,000.
To watch a video of DG Pam, PDG Steve and other Rotarians taking this year's Polar Plunge, click here.
DG Pam (holding an End Polio Now volleyball) is shown posing with her Polar Plunge supporters on February 29 in Gloucester. The Polar Plunge was originally inspired - and has been continuously supported - by the Rotary Club of Gloucester since 2011.
DG Pam, shown posing with PDG Steve on February 29 in Gloucester, appreciates greatly your donation of any amount to her Polar Plunge. Every $1 is getting us one step closer to eradicating polio! Learn more at
To watch a video of DG Pam and PDG Steve promoting Rotary's End Polio Now campaign, click here.
For more information, contact District Governor Pam Anastasi at