by: Letisha Bereola, Action News Jax Updated:
Action News Jax went over the edge for the Boy Scouts of America on Thursday.
Action News Jax Anchor and Reporter Letisha Bereola rappelled 111 feet off the Omni Hotel for North Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America’s Over the Edge event.
The Boy Scouts Of America’s goal is to develop boys into outstanding citizens who will forever use the Scout Oath and Law to guide the way they go about their daily lives and interact with others.
“Over the Edge” is a creative way to engage the community to help fund the program.
Jack Sears, Scout Executive CEO of North Florida Boy Scouts said now is the right time to put our focus on local kids.
“ I think the community could use more boy scouts,” Sears said.
If you want to go Over the Edge or want to donate to the Boy Scouts of America, click here.
Visit Over the Edge's website for more information and how you can participate.
My view from the roof!! pic.twitter.com/IaOJds9toc— Letisha Bereola (@LetishaANjax) November 17, 2016
The Jacksonville Landing looks awesome from up here!! pic.twitter.com/GLZeRarsRa— Letisha Bereola (@LetishaANjax) November 17, 2016
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Action News Jax goes 'Over the Edge' for North Florida Boy Scouts
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