The ice bucket challenge has swept the country to raise awareness for Motor Neurone Disease and it is also sweeping the Fleurieu Peninsula.
The Times is compiling a series of videos and photos of people on the Fleurieu who have completed the challenge. They can be sent to email@example.com
On Tuesday, August 26, Harcourts South Coast, Beth Stratfold was drenched for the cause at Horseshoe Bay, Port Elliot and said it was an exhilarating experience.
"It was the best experience ever," Beth said.
"I never expected it to be so much fun and I cannot believe how enjoyable it was."
Beth was doused with ice water by Harcourts South Coast principal, Mark Forde and did it for personal reasons.
"I have a very personal connection with a family that has the disease and I want to make some kind of difference," Beth said.
"Every house I sell and list from now until Christmas, I will donate $100 to the Laugh to Cure Motor Neurone Disease Foundation."
After the dunking Beth nominated who was next to experience the ice bucket challenge.
Beth nominated Kelvin Grivell the principal at Encounter Lutheran, Ben Higgins from Search Mortgages and the Harcourts South Coast team.
Elders Real Estate Victor Harbor completed the challenge on Thursday, August 28, with five of their staff members taking the plunge. Carmel Swearse, Marisa Beattie, Jo Fleming, Bill Harvey and Nina Mortimer all drenched themselves in ice water for the cause.