Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 12:01 pm (Updated: May 22, 2:28 pm)
Nothing’s braver than a teddy bear.
A teddy bear that jumped from an airplane at about 9,500 feet, that is.
Lawrenceburg resident Troy Woods, a statewide record-holding skydiver and jumping instructor at the Jumping for Fun Parachute Center, has jumped from planes for charity before.
Last year Woods broke the state record (80 jumps in one day) while he raised funds for a boy battling leukemia.
On June 1 he will strap stuffed teddy bears to his chest as a fundraiser for Kentucky Children’s Hospital with the help of his daughter, Christina.
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