Reaching out to those affected by SCI
Inspiring the newly injured through role models and peer mentors
Supporting individuals and families as they begin their post-injury journeys
Empowering those with SCI to fulfill their goals and dreams
Author John Davey will be donating his royalties on sales of the novel "Dark Side of Bunker Hill" until March 2014.
An overview of the book follows:
The death of an old lady in Cambridge sets off a pattern of deadly behavior leading to the murder of a retired Judge on Boston's Bunker Hill and the mysterious death of a disbarred attorney. An illegal plan to take over a multi million dollar insurance trust falls apart when the planners allow blackmail and greed to develop into murder. The plot from the beginning, is peopled by characters intent on cheating each other forgetting that main prize is the trust's millions managed by a trio of old men. In turn they stun the conspirators by pulling a clever scheme of `bait and switch' surpassing the ingenuity of their antagonists. The locus is Boston and its Homicide Unit which leads the reader through the old city's `Freedom Trail' after the killers.Get your copy at www.amazon.com or www.barnesandnoble.com
Boston Marathon: 26.2 miles
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Starting on April 29th, our Spaulding office will be at the new Spaulding Building located at:
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
300 First Avenue
Charlestown, MA 02129
8th vehicle that the GBC has given away since 2000.
Hello Greater Boston Chapter!
I want to take this opportunity to thank you deeply from the bottom of my heart for my donated car!!!! It has improved my life in so many ways.
It has given me the ability to feel personal freedom and independence and I am so grateful! My wife will be returning to work in two short weeks, and she will feel safer knowing that I have my own transportation. She recently even went out of town for a week with just the kids, and it was the first time we have been separated in the last year and a half. It was wonderful because for the first time since I have been injured, she knew that I would be ok on my own without her or anyone else. It also gives me the freedom to go out with my children on my own, and feel more like their old dad. This year my kids will be allowed to join sports again due to the fact that I will be able to drive them and help my wife when necessary.
Thank you so much for choosing me!
Larry Brennan, a Wakefield native, spoke to Pack 712's Bear Den about different abilities. He did a wonderful job of explaining his accident, its impact on his life and those around him, and how he has learned to do the same things everyone else does, differently. Larry's talk completed the Cub Scout's Disability Awareness Belt Loop requirements.
Pictured (left to right): Ricky Nelson, Jack Dubow, Matthew Constas, Larry Brennan, Sean DeCourcy and Jake Levine.