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Group distributes adaptive bicycles, strollers to families

Arabella DeClerck, 6, gives a thumbs up her new adaptive stroller, at Blast IU 17 in Wiliamsport . The DeClerck family received the stroller through the Variety — the Children’s Charity on Tuesday. The family recieved an adaptive bike last year through the program. Since it began in 2012, the program has given away thousands of adaptive bikes and strollers and communication devices in the 71 counties they serve in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Locally they gave away 13 bike and strollers with the assistance of Blast I.U. 17 in Williamsport. KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette
Arabella DeClerck, 6, holds her mother Jocelyn’s hand, while taking a spin in her new adaptive stroller, while being pushed by her father Doug. The DeClerck family received the stroller through the Variety — the Children’s Charity on Tuesday.. The family recieved an adaptive bike last year through the program. Since it began in 2012, the program has given away thousands of adaptive bikes and strollers and communication devices in the 71 counties they serve in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Locally they gave away 13 bike and strollers with the assistance of Blast I.U. 17 in Williamsport. KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette
Arabella DeClerck, 6, gets buckled into her new adaptive stroller, with some help from her father Dou,g, left, at Blast IU 17 inWiliamsport . The DeClerck family received the stroller through the Variety — the Children’s Charity on Tuesday. The family recieved an adaptive bike last year through the program. Since it began in 2012, the program has given away thousands of adaptive bikes and strollers and communication devices in the 71 counties they serve in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Locally they gave away 13 bike and strollers with the assistance of Blast I.U. 17 in Williamsport. KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette
Titus Wetzel, 8, takes a ride in his new adaptive bike while being pushed by his mother Anna, on Tuesday. Titus The received the bike through the Variety — the Children’s Charity on Tuesday. Since it began in 2012, the program has given away thousands of adaptive bikes and strollers and communication devices in the 71 counties they serve in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Locally they gave away 13 bike and strollers with the assistance of Blast I.U. 17 in Williamsport. KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

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