Over the Edge For Victory allows people who’ve raised at least $1,000 for The Victory Center to rappel down a 16 story building.
TOLEDO, Ohio — “Cancer can be a very dark place to be and the Victory Center is such a ray of hope,” Beth Wagoner said.
She and Julie Croy are two of eight members of the “3Gen Warriors” team, raising money for the Victory Center.
The family friends also have something else in common. They both have breast cancer.
Wagoner’s journey started 25 years ago when she had prophylactic mastectomies when cancer, which runs in her family, was first detected.
“Twenty-five years later, cancer came back and I had breast cancer last year,” Wagoner said.
Croy, on the other hand, had no family history. So she was surprised when she felt a lump just months after having a normal mammogram.
“Went to the doctor and got the MRI, mammogram, all …