Tifton Gazette


July 7, 2014

Lion's Club, Lowe's aid local family

TIFTON — The Tifton Lions Club and Lowe’s teamed up June 21 to build a wheelchair ramp for two-year-old Ian Medina, who is suffering from spinal muscular atrophy which confines him to a wheelchair. The Lions Club, Lowe’s and Dr. Bret Wagenhorst provided materials and man hours to build a wheelchair ramp for Medina’s family. Pictured in front, from left, are Rogelio Medina, Ian Medina and Cary Hames; and on the back row are Dan Hobby, David Medina, Juan Hernandez, David Hobby and Isidro Hernandez. Not pictured are Kyle Grist and Gonzalo Olguin.

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