National Baseball Hall of Fame Chairman Jane Forbes Clark, President Jeff Idelson and the Museum staff answered the #ALSIceBucketChallenge of the Pro Football Hall of Fame on the front steps of the Cooperstown shrine, in honor of Hall of Fame members Lou Gehrig and Catfish Hunter, who both succumbed to the fatal disease. Nearly 60 staff members of the Museum at 4 p.m. on Thursday in support of the ALS Association’s scientific focus to fund research into the disease and potential cures, with large cutouts of the Hall of Fame plaques of Gehrig and Hunter serving as the backdrop. As part of the Hall of Fame’s acceptance of the Ice Bucket Challenge, Clark and Idelson challenged Bassett Healthcare Network, headquartered in Cooperstown, to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

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