By: Dennis Robillard
District Chair, Crutches for Africa, 2021-2022
RC of Saco Bay Sunset.

Rotarians from Districts 7780 and 7910 came together to store mobility devices at the new storage facility in Old Orchard Beach.  Three clubs from two districts worked together to stack over 300 walkers and crutches.  Chuck Moran, from the Dracut, MA Rotary Club, brought a 26-foot trailer filled with mobility devices to Crutches for Africa‚Äôs new storage facility where the lighting is much better.  The team is working on its 12th container which should be ready in the spring of 2022.

If you would like to be part of the team, would like to collect and donate gently used mobility devices, or would be interested in hearing more about Crutches for Africa, contact Dennis Robillard at risc@maine.rr.com. He would be happy to hear from you.


Pictured:  L-R Chuck Moran of Dracut MA, Liz Gotthelf-Othot, Scott Simonds and Scott McInnis of Saco Bay Sunset and Don Drew of the Sebago Lake Club.