Men’s Club aids Prosthetic Project

Courtesy photo The Bedford Men’s Club recently donated $500 to the Future Prosthetic Project. Harun, a student at Peter Woodbury School who was born without a right hand, will be the first recipient. Shown, from left, are Penny Demos, Bob Friedburg, Robert Kennett, and Harun, in front.

The Bedford Men’s Club proudly donated $500 to the Future Prosthetic Project. The Academy for Science and Design in Nashua and e-NABLE are working to develop 3D printed prosthetic hands and arms for those in need of an upper limb assistive device.

Harun, a student at Peter Woodbury School who was born without a right hand, will be the first recipient. Penny Demos is the Occupational Therapist working with Harun, Bob Friedburg is vice president of the Men’s Club, and Robert Kennett is coordinating the technology to give Harun his new hand.

The Bedford Mens Club is a civic organization that supports education, sports and betterment programs that help make Bedford a better place to live. The club motto is “Belonging Means Caring”. The club supports education, sports and community involvement programs in Bedford through the annual sales of Christmas trees and other fundraising programs. The club is open to men over the age of 21 who live or work in Bedford. Meetings are the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Information: bedfordmensclub.com.

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