Hilton Head Island Mayor Drew Laughlin, left, and  owner Roger Freedman, take a ceremonial zip down the dual cable racing  line at the opening of Zipline Hilton Head. A Zip for Charity event is planned for May 4 to raise money for the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation.
Hilton Head Island Mayor Drew Laughlin, left, and owner Roger Freedman, take a ceremonial zip down the dual cable racing line at the opening of Zipline Hilton Head. A Zip for Charity event is planned for May 4 to raise money for the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation. Andy Carpenter, The Island Packet
Hilton Head Island Mayor Drew Laughlin, left, and owner Roger Freedman, take a ceremonial zip down the dual cable racing line at the opening of Zipline Hilton Head. A Zip for Charity event is planned for May 4 to raise money for the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation. Andy Carpenter, The Island Packet

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