Members of Windsor St George attended the closing ceremony for the Round the Thames Valley in 80 Ways event in aid of Wheel Power at the Wycombe Wanderers football ground.
Some facts: in D1090, 25 clubs in six colour zones took part, using 110 different modes of transport, raising almost £21,000. This sum of money in turn, has nudged the National Wheel Appeal to well over £100,000. A number of the wheelchairs are now being manufactured, which will give a number of deserving disabled youngsters the opportunity to get involved in sport.
Wouldn't it be fantastic, if the £3,000 we raised jointly with Maidenhead Bridge and the Maidenhead Rotary Club, funded a wheelchair for a young disabled athlete and the person appeared on the winners podium at the Rio Olympics?
President Al (first from the right) represented the Rotary Club of Windsor St George at Windsor's wreath laying ceremony in front of Windor Parish Church. Al joined other local civiv organisations also present at the event, such as the Rotary Club of Windsor & Eton, the Windsor & Eton Inner Wheel, the Lions Club and Rotary International District 1090.
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