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Rotary to the Rescue

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

Rotary Club of Boulder City donated five much-needed wheelchairs to the Senior Center of Boulder City during its ice cream social July 2. Here, Ann Barron, far left, executive director of the senior center, accepts the chairs with the help of Susan Johnson, seated at left, board president, and Peggy Leavitt, seated at right, board vice president, from Rotary club members, standing, from left, Myra Davis, Duncan McCoy, Larry Archuleta and Gary Berger. Also joining the festivities was Cal Murphy, seated in back.



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