Christmas has come and gone.
Yes, it was a much lonelier holiday this year. Distancing, fear of others while indoors and not being able to do much outdoors, and the wearing of masks has hardened increased the sense of isolation for most of the population. While the virus multiplies in force, as if it has somehow gotten advance notice that the vaccines are coming, the vaccines themselves mostly sit at warehouses awaiting to be administered to the people who need to get them first. Thankfully the vaccines are now funded, and delays should be a thing of the past. Stay tuned for upcoming schedules following CDC guidelines.
Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021!
This has been a rough year on many levels for almost everyone so why not say goodbye and welcome the new year by diving into the cold water of Geneva Lake. The annual Polar Plunge at Williams Bay Beach will take place at noon on Friday, January 1, 2021. The Polar Plunge has become a tradition for many people who seem to find this an exciting way to get their adrenaline pumping and start the new year with a positive attitude. This year is expected to have many more newcomers than previous years and why not, 2020 has canceled several traditions, changed routines, and has broken spirits. People are ready to start fresh. Come join the fun as a spectator or a plunger. Happy New Year!