Urban Dare participants Brian Ramey and Michelle Hogg jumped rope with the help of Urban Dare official Aaron Slatten at Chase Bank Plaza in downtown Lexington on Saturday. Participants also faced trivia questions and had to make their way to various Lexington landmarks.
Urban Dare participants Brian Ramey and Michelle Hogg jumped rope with the help of Urban Dare official Aaron Slatten at Chase Bank Plaza in downtown Lexington on Saturday. Participants also faced trivia questions and had to make their way to various Lexington landmarks.
Urban Dare participants Brian Ramey and Michelle Hogg jumped rope with the help of Urban Dare official Aaron Slatten at Chase Bank Plaza in downtown Lexington on Saturday. Participants also faced trivia questions and had to make their way to various Lexington landmarks.

More than 100 traverse downtown for Urban Dare contest

June 12, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 12, 2011 03:50 AM

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