Support Copcicle in the 2019 13th Annual Valentine Plunge

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A message from Copcicle

On February 2nd the 13th Annual Valentine Plunge brings together a brotherhood of family, friends, community and heart!  Each one of you is needed to make that day a "fun-draising" success.

Jumping in 32 degree water in the middle of the winter has to be the stupidest idea ever. The icy plunge goes against all of your natural instincts but most of us are going out for the thirteenth year in a row as an act of solidarity with our local PALS (People with ALS) because they are conquering immensely greater fears every minute of every day. The spirit of the day is incredibly uplifting. To see hundreds of people come together to help their neighbors in need is just beautiful.

The "plunge" we're asking you to make doesn't involve freezing cold water -- but it will make a big splash in the lives of our PALS. Simply click the "Donate" button above to make a secure online donation today.  

Thanks for joining the family!

- Gene Rickle


  • Dana Rickle:
    For Mr. Stryker & family
  • Marcia and Gene Rickle:
    For all hose who suffer in honor or Mr Stryker
  • Michele Stryker:
    In memory of Dennis Stryker, Ed Tracy and all the friends I have lost or are now afflicted
  • Rosemary Plum:
    In memory of my brother, Denny, Ed Tracey and all of the others who suffered through this horrible disease. Rosemary and Dave Plum
  • Catherine Cargill:
    Eugene Rickle...proud to know him and his awesome family.
  • Chris giampietro:
    Happy Plunging Gene- South Brunswick FOP Lodge 51
  • Mary Dore:
    Dennis Stryker
  • Erin Audia:
    My dad would have really liked you, Gene. Thank you for honoring his memory in this very cold, very brave way! Best of luck to you tomorrow!
  • Ben Woller:
    Good luck!
  • Kathleen Domanski:
    In memory of cousin Denny Stryker