Oct 14, 2016 6:06 PM
MANCHESTER — New Hampshire's first Over The Edge event to support the fight against cancer was held Friday.
The American Cancer Society hosted the event that began at 9 a.m. at the Brady Sullivan Plaza.
Those who took part in the event repelled down the side of the 20-story building.
Participants are required to raise at least $700 in donations by Dec. 15. Pairs who register have to raise $1,000 total. Cancer survivors must raise $200 each.
Event staff provided training and equipment for the participants.
The event was open to everyone regardless of experience level.
Learn more at otemanchester.org
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