Morgan Glancy spreads her arms to demonstrate the signal she'll give if her rappelling rig gets locked up while making her way down the side of the 26-story Oliver Building Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018, Downtown. Glancy and three of her friends -- all neighbors on Foxchase Drive in Canonsburg -- earned the opportunity to rappel by raising more than $5,000 for Our Clubhouse, an organization that provides emotional and social support for those affected by cancer. Glancy's mother Esther Smoke wanted to take part in the rappelling event but died two months ago, on July 6, after years of battling melanoma. "She didn't get the chance," Glancy said, but her mother was there in spirit. "I was talking to her all the way down," Glancy said. "'C'mon mom, we're going to do this!'"