Cameron Vahanian and Katie Roberts would not have dreamt their 5k Fairway would 15 years later still find the Fairways and their Wilton neighbors getting together to help those in need.
This year Paige Moshier with help of Michelle Moshier (mother) is leading the effort. Paige says the Fairways 5k will help Jordan Klapp get a robotic arm.
Jordan suffers from DMD (Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy). This muscle wasting disease has left Jordan unable to feed himself - he can not raise his arms. This spring Jordan graduated from Saratoga Springs High School.
Jordan hopes to enter SUNY Adirondack. The robotic arm is a tool that will enable him to feed himself, grasp objects open doors, open opportunities.
Paige says she had seen Jordan in the High School and she knows the effort he has made in graduating and she knows the arm will give him additional confidence to succeed.
The Robotic Arm costs over $50,000 and is not covered by insurance.
This year’s Fairways will raise almost $10,000. If you can help, visit: reachyourpotential.org/Jordan