Elks present cerebral palsy grants


Richard Borton, Exalted Ruler of Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107, and Nelson Dray, cerebral palsy chairman for the Gallipolis Elks, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis, director of education of the Meigs County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities, and Suzanne Eachus, principal, Guiding Hand School, Gallia County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, are provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board, which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Eachus also received a check for $800 to cover the expenses for two of her students to attend summer camp for one week. This year, the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board provided $176,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout the state.


Richard Borton, Exalted Ruler of Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107, and Nelson Dray, cerebral palsy chairman for the Gallipolis Elks, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis, director of education of the Meigs County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities, and Suzanne Eachus, principal, Guiding Hand School, Gallia County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, are provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board, which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Eachus also received a check for $800 to cover the expenses for two of her students to attend summer camp for one week. This year, the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board provided $176,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout the state.

Richard Borton, Exalted Ruler of Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107, and Nelson Dray, cerebral palsy chairman for the Gallipolis Elks, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis, director of education of the Meigs County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities, and Suzanne Eachus, principal, Guiding Hand School, Gallia County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, are provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board, which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Eachus also received a check for $800 to cover the expenses for two of her students to attend summer camp for one week. This year, the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board provided $176,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout the state.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_scan.jpgRichard Borton, Exalted Ruler of Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107, and Nelson Dray, cerebral palsy chairman for the Gallipolis Elks, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis, director of education of the Meigs County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities, and Suzanne Eachus, principal, Guiding Hand School, Gallia County Board of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, are provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board, which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Eachus also received a check for $800 to cover the expenses for two of her students to attend summer camp for one week. This year, the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board provided $176,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout the state.
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