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participants in the annual easter seals drop Zone rappel down the side of the RBC Building downtown thursday. Money raised from the event helps Manitobans living with disabilities. it pays for summer camps, active-living programs and specialized mobility equipment.

  • Jenna Newman bounces away from the RBC building as she rappels down 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event. Money raised in the the fundraising event goes to Manitoban's living with disabilities.

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    Jenna Newman bounces away from the RBC building as she rappels down 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event. Money raised in the the fundraising event goes to Manitoban's living with disabilities.

  • One of the participants in the Easter Seals Drop Zone is all smiles as she rappels down the RBC building Thursday.

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    One of the participants in the Easter Seals Drop Zone is all smiles as she rappels down the RBC building Thursday.

  • Megan Hemenway is all smiles as she steps off the ledge of the RBC building just before she rappels down 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event.

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    Megan Hemenway is all smiles as she steps off the ledge of the RBC building just before she rappels down 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event.

  • One of the participants in the Easter Seals Drop Zone dressed as a mime is all smiles as she rappels down the  RBC building Thursday.

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    One of the participants in the Easter Seals Drop Zone dressed as a mime is all smiles as she rappels down the RBC building Thursday.

  • Stuart klassen rappels down the side of the wall of the RBC building, 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event.

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    Stuart klassen rappels down the side of the wall of the RBC building, 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event.

  • Warren Herntier flips upside down as he nears the bottom of the RBC building after rappelling 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event.

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    Warren Herntier flips upside down as he nears the bottom of the RBC building after rappelling 200 feet during the annual Easter Seals Drop Zone event.

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