Rotarians aid Inspire's therapy programs

| 15 Feb 2012 | 08:38

Elizabeth Rowley, left, community relations director for Inspire, accepts a $750 donation from the Warwick Valley Rotary Club for the Goshen-based organization’s wide-ranging therapy programs. Founded in 1950 as Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association, Inspire has programs to benefit children and adults with a wide variety of disabilities and challenges. Presenting the check was Dr. Maggi Verhagen, the Rotary club’s community services co-chair. The 53-member service club, consisting of local business and professional men and women, meets each Wednesday noon at the Landmark Inn. Members help support about 30 organizations and provide college and Winslow Therapeutic scholarships.