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Police, Fire and Town Departments Take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

This afternoon was a good time for the Wake Forest Police Department, Fire Department and Town representatives, including Town Manager Mark Williams to stand in the Home Depot parking lot and pour water on themselves.

Mission accomplished.

Never to back down from a water based charity challenge the Town of Wake Forest bit on the ALS Ice Bucket dare from the Town of Apex and our local Home Depot.

Wake Forest Town Manager Mark Williams and several other town staff joined Police Chief Jeff Leonard and members of the Wake Forest Police and Wake Forest Fire Departments, including Chief Ron Early.

The goal of the ice bucket challenge is to raise money for ALS, a terrible disease that kills. You can learn more about ALS and make a donation, here.

Enjoy the photos from the event below. At the very least it was a fun experience for all.

Wake Forest Police Department Officer Albert leads the train of orange buckets, ice, water, and officers to the challenge location.

Wake Forest Police Department Officer Albert leads the train of orange buckets, ice, water, and officers to the challenge location.

Wake Forest Police Department Corporal Gamber gets his chill on.

Wake Forest Police Department Corporal Gamber gets his chill on.

We learn two important facts about Wake Forest Public Information Officer Bill Crabtree. First, he can knock your glasses off. Second, he wears Hanes underwear.

We learn two important facts about Wake Forest Public Information Officer Bill Crabtree. First, he can knock your glasses off. Second, he wears Hanes underwear.

Wake Forest Public Information Officer Bill Crabtree appears to insist on just getting the top of his head wet.

Wake Forest Public Information Officer Bill Crabtree appears to insist on just getting the top of his head wet.

How very, very, festive. Nicely done.

How very, very, festive. Nicely done.

A Wake Forest firefighter makes a splash.

A Wake Forest firefighter makes a splash.

Wake Forest Public Information Officer Bill Crabtree appears to bring his own towel boy to the event.

Wake Forest Public Information Officer Bill Crabtree appears to bring his own towel boy to the event.

See bucket.

See bucket.

Wake Forest Town Manager Mark Williams wears a wig made of water contributed by Chief Early, Chief Leonard, and Jason from Home Depot.

Wake Forest Town Manager Mark Williams wears a wig made of water contributed by Chief Early, Chief Leonard, and Jason from Home Depot.

Wake Forest Police Chief Jeff Leonard cools off for charity as Jason from Home Depot enjoys the hell out of doing it.

Wake Forest Police Chief Jeff Leonard cools off for charity as Jason from Home Depot enjoys the hell out of doing it.

Home Depot representative Jason takes one for the team. Just Do It!

Home Depot representative Jason takes one for the team. Just Do It!

Wake Forest Fire Department Chief Ron Early sheds water from an orange bucket as his men look on.

Wake Forest Fire Department Chief Ron Early sheds water from an orange bucket as his men look on.

WFFD firefighters were all into the event. Take that!

WFFD firefighters were all into the event. Take that!

Already Did It

Before anyone asks me if I did the ice bucket thing. Here is our video below.

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