Bradley Ney

Family resemblance

NANAIMO – 55th annual Frank Ney Memorial Polar Bear Swim happens Boxing Day (Dec. 26) at Departure Bay beach.

Bradley Ney, 8, leads the charge of Royal LePage Nanaimo Realty pirates Courtney Kozack, left, Fred Maguire, Lorie Brothers, Barry Clark, Brad Ney, Darren McGee and Rozzlyn Ross, in front of the statue of former Nanaimo mayor Frank Ney to promote the 55th annual Frank Ney Memorial Polar Bear Swim.

The swim happens Boxing Day (Dec. 26) at Departure Bay Beach with prizes for costumes, oldest and youngest participants and more. For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/1IlaZxJ.

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