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When Suzanne Umba of Barrington told the Courier-Post about her disabled son Casey on May 29, she received support from an unexpected source.
The Rotary Club of Runnemede-Bellmawr-Glendora prides itself on a commitment to service above self. The group has supported a number of good causes in local communities over a 50-plus-year existence.
“I had no idea that the Rotary Club’s main purpose was to help people,” Umba said.
Nine-year-old Casey Umba was born with a rare chromosome disorder that has left him physically disabled, and unable to walk or talk.
“We got a tricycle designed specifically for Casey’s needs,” says Gina Anguilla, treasurer of the Runnemede-Bellmawr-Glendora Rotary. “It will help him with his physical development, and mentally make him feel like any other kid just to ride a bike.”
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