Ever the trooper, Irvine took her turn to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project. All of the proceeds from the dunk tank, manned by South Bay law enforcement personnel and city officials, go to the project, said Officer Stephanie Martin of the Manhattan Beach Police Department.
Sgt. Scott Combs, Sgt. Steve Kitsios, Capt. Derrick Abell and Chief Irvine took their turns atop the seat in the dunk tank as onlookers and ball throwers gathered to watch the action.
Law enforcement staffers return to the dunk tank, in front of the tennis courts near Valley Drive, Sunday from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
For $5, you get to throw three balls to try to dunk the volunteer sitting in the hot seat with cold water below. Those who score a dunk receive a "Dunked With Honor" T-shirt.
Irvine was a popular draw, with countless people of all ages stepping up to take a shot at dunking the chief. As officers on her staff, their kids and loads of others lined up to dunk her, Irvine took it all in, her good-natured humor shining through.
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