1.1 min readBy Published On: August 6th, 2015Categories: Health and Wellness, Lifestyle0 Comments on Southie Shows Up Strong for Team Frates

Written by Christine Fennelly

More than a hundred people showed up at M street beach on Wednesday night to support Pete Frates and once again dump ice over their heads for charity.

Pete and his wife Julie, who used to live in Southie, were able to make it to the beach to witness the community event on behalf of ALS and #FrateTrain.

The participants continued on to STATS, The Lincoln, LOCO and The Junction which were all offering drink specials and food, and donating part of the proceeds to ALS research. 

There is no cure for ALS. Take a minute, challenge someone, donate a few bucks. All for a good cause.  Visit: http://petefrates.com

In photo: Southie ALS ice bucket challenge coordinator Kiki Colombi with Pete Frates

11 month old Mickey McGuire of H street readies for the ice bucket challengechallenge.


Southie residents L-R Chelsea Moller, Carly Spagnola, Lauren Simonelli and Lauren Cantor take the ice bucket challenge.


John and Meredith Markunas of Telegraph Street with baby Kingsley support #FrateTrain