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A Van for Sammy
Submitted By Brian Dool on Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Sammy is a passionate sports fan and a great supporter local sports.  

For those that don’t know Sammy is in a wheelchair and the van was modified to be accessible for him.  Getting him around is very difficult without this type of vehicle.  Many of you may recognize Sammy as a local star and a fan of local sports.  He can be found at many sporting events around Windsor and Essex county, and even took part in the Santa Claus parade this year.  Anything you can spare to help the family reach the goal of purchasing a reliable van will be greatly appreciated by Sammy and his entire family. Thank you all in advance!

Here is the GoFund me link to donate

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