2015

2015 Ancient Order of Hibernians Polar Plunge For Catholic Education
Hosted by McLoone’s Pier House, Long Branch and the City of Long Branch
Sponsored By Samuel Adams Beer

Event Sponsors

Uber Car
Knights of Columbus Council 2858 Middletown
Sean Donlan CFP, Creative Financial Group of NJ
Shamrock Stagecoach
Vol. Patrick Torphy Pipes and Drums
WRAT Radio 95.9
ZEEK’s Tee Shirts Belford, NJ

School Sponsors
Scholarship Sponsors
The Burdge Family
County Concrete Kenvil, NJ
Grandview Services Morristown, NJ
Mater Dei Alumni Association
Metro Fire & Safety Equipment Co, Inc. Carlstadt, NJ
St. Veronica School Coaches
Township Hardware Port Monmouth, NJ

Gold  Sponsors
Brielle Orthopedics
Elect-Med Services Inc. North Middletown, NJ
Environmental Management Associates, Inc.
Joseph S. Ficchi, DPM Brooklyn, NY
Land Line Surveyors
Mater Dei Prep Booster Club
MVL Plumbing & Heating LLC Middletown, NJ
Sayreville PBA Local 98 Sayreville, NJ
South Amboy PBA Local 63 South Amboy, NJ
St. Mary’s PTA
The Hamm Family
Whalen Electric LLC.

Silver Sponsors
Ancient Order of Hibernians Middlesex County Division 1 South Amboy
Attack the Zone Indoor Batting Cages
Brother’s Restaurant

Cutting Edge Technology LLC

daring & un-afraid
Gloria Nielsen Realtors; Maureen Yetman Lic. Realtor
The Gregor Family
Guzzi Masonry and Paving LL
Merry Maids
The Huntington Family

Information for the 2015 AOH Polar Plunge for Catholic Education SPONSORED BY: SAM ADAMS BEER SPONSORED BY: UBER CAR SPONSORED BY: SEAN DONLAN CPA HOSTED BY: McLoone’s Pier Village, Long Branch, NJ Date: Sunday, January 11, 2015 Event Opens: 10:30 Registration Closes: 12:30 In Water: 1:00 McLoone’s Restaurant is a beautiful restaurant on the Atlantic Ocean in Long Branch. The Pier Village complex hosts a variety of shops and restaurants which will be open on the day of our event. The boardwalk overlooks the beach and provides a great vantage point for the spectators to view the Plunge. McLoone’s will offer a variety of grab and go food items as well as their menu items. There will be music provided at McLoones in the morning and afternoon. The AOH Polar Plunge for Catholic Education is unique event in that the schools retain 100% of the money the collect. The AOH raises the money for Police, First Aid, Life Guards, Insurance, Music and all of the expenses of the day. This presents the schools with the opportunity to participate without the organizational activities and expenses of the event. They can focus on the fund-raising for their schools. Schools have used the money for scholarships, financial aid, projects, team equipment, team trips, infrastructure, and elimination of fees. For more information about the AOH Polar Plunge for Catholic Education, contact Jim Shaw at [email protected]