Monday, February 21, 2011

A Desire to Help People in Need

QUEENSBURY, N.Y. -- Sean Hagan’s motorized wheelchair sports a blue and white bumper sticker that reads
"Team Hagan."
The 47-year-old native of South Glens Falls acquired the tag last year when he organized a group of walkers to raise money for the March of Dimes.
It's just one of the many charities Hagan, a client of the area CWI program for people with developmental disabilities, has helped. He also has rung bells for the Salvation Army; collected dog biscuits, pet collars and leashes for the SPCA; donated food to the Community Action food pantry and the Open Door Soup Kitchen; and raised money for the American Cancer Society, South High Marathon Dance, Guatemalan children and the Double H Hole in the Woods camp for children with critical illnesses

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