Posted by Paul Keenon on Jan 11, 2018
Impressive, Yes Impressive! Easter Seals is strength, perseverance and love to so many people with physical difficulties.
Amy says, "Live each day with an attitude of gratitude!"
Jenny the "Volunteer & Community Coordinator" with Amy Liss the "Relationship Coordinator" with her special helper "MOM" taught, entertained and charmed us into appreciation of the work done by Easter Seals for cripples children since 1919. Then known as the "National Society for Crippled Children". The first organization of it's kind.
What special relationship does Rotary have with Easter Seals? Do a little research and find out how they worked together from the earliest beginnings of both philanthropic organizations.