Each year, a group of Aging But Dangerous women gather on an airfield in central Minnesota to jump out of a perfectly good airplane and celebrate life afterwards with a pitcher of martinis. The fearless leader of Aging But Dangerous is Jean Ketcham, a 78 year old former businesswoman and radio host. Details are below.
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Aging But Dangerous Announces its 6th Martini Jump Skydiving Event for Women
All women from the Twin Cities and beyond are invited to jump with us!
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Sept. 4, 2018 — Aging But Dangerous, a movement that encourages women to step out of their comfort zones and embrace a life filled with fun, spirit and style, presents its 6th Martini Jump Skydive.
This popular event features a tandem freefall (all skydivers will be jumping tethered to an experienced instructor), a parachute landing at a pre-designated drop zone, and an airfield social hour, including martinis for ABD jumpers, followed by a group photo. Photos and video taken during each skydive can be pre-arranged.
Participants will meet at 1:00 PM on Saturday, September 15th, 2018, at Skydive the Lakes in Winsted, Minnesota (45 miles west of Minneapolis). No experience is necessary; novices are invited to attend.
Join us and experience the thrill of a lifetime with a very special group of Aging But Dangerous women!
Aging But Dangerous believes every woman, regardless of age, can overcome any obstacle to achieve her personal, social, and career goals. Since 2008, Aging But Dangerous has been helping woman enrich their lives through community building, self expression, risk taking, and mentoring.
If you would like more information about the Aging But Dangerous Martini Jump Skydiving Event, please contact Patricia Maltz at (612) 876-7964 or email@example.com.