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Mansfield Playhouse Officials Take Ice Bucket Challenge

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  Original Published: 8/18/2014

Three leaders of the Mansfield Playhouse accept a cold, wet challenge to help raise money for research into a cure for A-L-S, or Lou Gehrig's Disease. Board President Steve Zigmund, Theater Manager Tammy Wertz, and Artistic Director Doug Wertz took the Ice Bucket Challenge Monday afternoon, leaving them drenched, shivering, and $10 poorer. A video of the stunt will be posted on Facebook, and each challenged another person to either take the Ice Bucket Challenge and pay $10, or decline and pay $100 toward A-L-S research.

   
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