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Thursday, May 9, at the 300 Delaware Ave building in Wilmington    ~

Over the Edge, co-sponsored by TD Bank and Brandywine Realty Trust, is a unique fundraising event — and the first of its kind in the Tri-State area — allowing colleagues or friends the opportunity to raise money and “send” yourself or a friend, or a boss or colleague, rappelling “Over the Edge” of a building to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics Delaware.  Each participant puts down a $50 deposit to reserve a spot and then raises a total of $1,000 for the opportunity to rappel 17 stories down the 300 Delaware Avenue Building in Wilmington. Register online.  Or Lisa Smith 302-831-3482 lismith@udel.edu .


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