Spidey trick

Photographer Jesse Hlady photographs Chris Loran, community events co-ordinator for the Q radio station, who was dressed as Spiderman, as Loran tries out some Spidey moves on View Street after rappeling down the side of the CIBC building. It was all part of the sixth annual Easter Seals Drop Zone fundraising event. Each participant was able to rappell down the side of the building after raising at least $1,000 for Easter Seals Children with Disabilities. This is the fourth year that Loran, known as Chris The Roadie, has taken part in the event.

Photographer Jesse Hlady photographs Chris Loran

Photographer Jesse Hlady photographs Chris Loran, community events co-ordinator for the Q radio station, who was dressed as Spiderman, as Loran tries out some Spidey moves on View Street after rappeling down the side of the CIBC building. It was all part of the sixth annual Easter Seals Drop Zone fundraising event. Each participant was able to rappell down the side of the building after raising at least $1,000 for Easter Seals Children with Disabilities. This is the fourth year that Loran, known as Chris The Roadie, has taken part in the event.

 

 

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