Framingham Rotary Supplies Ramp For Elderly Shut-In

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FRAMINGHAM – In its most recent Random Act of Kindness, the Framingham Rotary Club supplied a handicap ramp for Bridget, an elderly wheelchair-bound Framingham woman living with her daughter Carol’s family and struggling with health and financial issues.

Her mobility problem had come to the attention of Rotarian Jack Colamaria – (Mayflower Council, Boy Scouts of America, District Executive) – and when he
learned of her and her husband’s long record of community volunteerism, he knew the family deserved Rotary consideration.

She can now get out of the house with relative ease, especially to keep doctor’s appointments.

The Random Act of Kindness was fully achieved thanks to financial support from BayPath Elder Services, which helped make it a reality, said the Rotary Club.


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