A drought-conscious response to the ice bucket challenge

San Joaquin County Supervisor Ken Vogel donated $125 and dumping a cup of ice over his head today, responding from Supervisor Carlos Villapudua’s passing of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Thursday. Villapudua got soaked, then challenged the Board of Supervisors and all the elected officials in San Joaquin County.

Vogel is one of the county’s lead people on water issues, always top among county issues, but even more during the current drought. “I Since we are in a drought, I did a cup of ice,” he said. He didn’t pass the challenge on to anybody else.

He posted the photo on his Facebook page.

 

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