From those PBA members who plunged wearing kilts and war paint to those who plunged dressed as superheroes to those who plunged wearing barely anything, they accentuated the reason thousands of them once again stepped up for the Polar Bear Plunge on Feb. 20 in Seaside Heights: Pride.
In This Issue…
A Day to Remember
A mass of members presented a “show of force,” lining up behind State President Pat Colligan as the PBA made its presence felt at the NJ State Legislature for the second PBA Day. The day’s highlight was the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee meeting – a session that had to be moved to the big room to fit the 500-plus members who attended.
- Clearly Legal: The NJ State PBA’s Legal Protection Plan has become one of the union’s most valuable benefits.
- Correction Objection: The NJ State PBA leadership joined Mercer County Corrections Local 167 to let freeholders know why their plan to consolidate the Mercer County jail is a bad idea.