Boy Scouts looking for people to go "Over The Edge" - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Boy Scouts looking for people to go "Over The Edge"

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Keith Kaiser learns how stepping over the edge of a building can help out the Boy Scouts.

For the second year in a row, the Lincoln Heritage Council Boy Scouts are offering a unique experience .After raising $1000, you, a co-worker, a family member or any other person can rappel down the side of the Louisville Downtown Marriott.You descend 18 stories for a once-in-a-lifetime experience on September 26th.

Over the Edge is an exhilarating experience with a breathtaking view and helps make Scouting a reality for special-need youth.

The amazing views from the top and the life-changing adrenaline rush of going Over the Edge can only be matched by the important role you will play in helping raise funds for one of America's oldest youth organizations, the Boy Scouts of America.

Once you have started your descent, friends, family and co-workers can cheer from down below as they wait for you to reach the Drop Zone.

The event is accessible for experienced as well as inexperienced rappellers. Space is limited to only 92 rappellers.

CLICK HERE to learn more about going Over the Edge.

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