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Lions Help Matthew Walk

Lions Help Matthew Walk

By Redland City Bulletin

Walking recently became easier for Redland Bay youngster Matthew after the Lions Club of Cleveland supplied him with a modified Kaye Mobility walker fitted with upper arm supports.

The four-year-old has cerebral palsy and Matthew showed off his skills as he confidently used the mobility aid to walk around the furniture in his home.

The Lions Club of Cleveland extended its gratitude to the Redlands community for supporting the club’s fundraising efforts.

The club is currently seeking donations of used stamps to assist with fundraising.

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