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Marine Corps Spouse of the Year rappelling building for Roanoke fundraiser

Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser asks people to go 'Over the Edge' (Image 1)
Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser asks people to go 'Over the Edge' (Image 1) (Copyright by WSLS - All rights reserved)

ROANOKE (WSLS 10) - Volunteers will scale the Patrick Henry Building for the 3rd annual Over the Edge fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters in May including this year's "Marine Corps Spouse of the Year"

Natasha Harth is a native of Roanoke and wants to use her platform to promote volunteering in this community.

Natasha's brother and sister are both involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters, so it's a cause close to her heart.

"What I love about Big Brothers Big Sisters is because I'm such a volunteer myself when I see the opportunity to mentor younger people they're going to grow up with those values instilled them as well," Natasha explained.

Over the Edge is the non-profit's largest fundraiser, raising more than $176,000 over the past two years to help mentor at risk children in Roanoke, Salem, Montgomery and Pulaski counties.

If you're interested in taking part log on to www.bigslittles.org.


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