Rochester in Focus: Rappelling for the Boy Scouts of the Seneca Waterways Council
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — For 12 years now the Boy Scouts of the Seneca Waterways Council has been giving Rochesterians the chance of a lifetime.
For a donation, you can rappel from one of Rochester’s tall buildings. It was First Federal, now the Kodak Tower.
It’s a big deal for us here at News10NBC, and one of our own will be participating again this year.
Lynette Adams spoke with the scouts’ Director of Development Tony Vogl on Zoom about the program and who it benefits.
Watch the video in the player above to find out who from News10NBC will be rappelling and to learn more about the program.