“In his will, Winfield Scott Stratton left a legacy to provide for poor persons who are without means of support and who are physically unable by reason of old age, youth sickness or other infirmity to earn a livelihood. The Myron Stratton Home carries out his wishes by providing housing, programs, services, and grants to improve the quality of life of those less fortunate.”
We’ll be collecting monetary donations for their “Lila Go Fund,” a resident activities fund started 15 years ago by the family of a passing resident named Lila. Residents use this fund to participate in activities in the community.
PPDD’s Charity of the Month for February 2020 is Bikers Against Child Abuse.
“Bikers Against Child Abuse, Inc. (B.A.C.A.) is a non-profit, 501-C-3 tax exempt organization that exists to provide aid, comfort, safety, and support for children that have been sexually, physically, and emotionally abused. We are dedicated to the principle that one of the basic rights of childhood is to be safe and protected, and when the child’s family or environment have failed them, we stand ready to provide it to them.”
How did you start skating?
I started skating in the early 70s. Skating and skateboarding were probably my favorite thing. And as I got older the roller rink was The Place to Hang Out. All the cool kids were doing it.
What position do you prefer to play?
I prefer to play defensive blocker. I can be hard to move when my mind and legs cooperate.