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Headless Horseman Plunge Raises $30,000 for Gullotta House

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February 16, 2021

By Rick Pezzullo—

Several dozen brave souls took a frigid dip in the Hudson River Saturday in Sleepy Hollow for a good cause.

The 2021 Headless Horseman Plunge at Kingsland Point Park raised more than $30,000 to benefit Briarcliff-based Gullotta House, which was founded in 2015 to help Westchester residents facing a hardship.

The record amount pledged far exceeded last year’s high mark for the annual event of $17,000.

The next fundraiser for Gullotta House is Saturday, February 20 at Cortlandt Lanes bowling alley. For more information, visit Gullotta House’s Facebook or website www.gullottahouse.org.

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