Elks donates to boards of DD


Fred Bryant (center), secretary of the Gallipolis Elks Club, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis (right), Superintendent of Meigs County Board of Developmental Disabilities and Suzanne Eachus (left), Early Childhood Center Director with the Gallia Board of Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, were provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Each organization also received a check for $400 to cover the expenses of one student to attend summer camp for a week. Eachus is planning on using the money to purchase adaptive devices for students while Davis will purchase playground panels for motor skill improvement. This year the fund board provided $178,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout Ohio.


Fred Bryant (center), secretary of the Gallipolis Elks Club, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis (right), Superintendent of Meigs County Board of Developmental Disabilities and Suzanne Eachus (left), Early Childhood Center Director with the Gallia Board of Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, were provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Each organization also received a check for $400 to cover the expenses of one student to attend summer camp for a week. Eachus is planning on using the money to purchase adaptive devices for students while Davis will purchase playground panels for motor skill improvement. This year the fund board provided $178,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout Ohio.

Fred Bryant (center), secretary of the Gallipolis Elks Club, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis (right), Superintendent of Meigs County Board of Developmental Disabilities and Suzanne Eachus (left), Early Childhood Center Director with the Gallia Board of Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, were provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Each organization also received a check for $400 to cover the expenses of one student to attend summer camp for a week. Eachus is planning on using the money to purchase adaptive devices for students while Davis will purchase playground panels for motor skill improvement. This year the fund board provided $178,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout Ohio.
http://mydailysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/07/web1_0711171726b.jpgFred Bryant (center), secretary of the Gallipolis Elks Club, presented cerebral palsy grant checks to Kay Davis (right), Superintendent of Meigs County Board of Developmental Disabilities and Suzanne Eachus (left), Early Childhood Center Director with the Gallia Board of Developmental Disabilities. The grants, which totaled $10,000, were provided by the Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board which is administered by the Ohio Elks Association. Each organization also received a check for $400 to cover the expenses of one student to attend summer camp for a week. Eachus is planning on using the money to purchase adaptive devices for students while Davis will purchase playground panels for motor skill improvement. This year the fund board provided $178,725 to cerebral palsy treatment centers throughout Ohio.