Hallowheels has become CATS annual FUNdraiser, and will be expanded this year. With the help of Bennett's Village in Charlottesville, and Attendants4You LLC in Richmond, the event will be conducted simultaneously in four locations: Roanoke, Lynchburg, Charlottesville and Richmond. Children who depend on wheelchairs for mobility, between the ages of 4 and 16 years, are now being recruited to participate, on a first come first serve basis.
Children's Assistive Technology Service celebrated its 5th birthday yesterday evening at the home of founder and CEO Cathie Cummins and her husband Randy. In attendance were members of the Smith Mountain Lake community (Lions Club, Antique Boat Club, Civitans, neighbors, and friends) who have provided financial baking along with volunteers who repair, promote, transport, and deliver equipment to children across Virginia.
It's almost time for Hallowheels, CATS annual fundraiser. Business sponsors contribute funds for materials needed to create costumes which include a child’s wheelchair. Businesses who would like to support a child’s dream-come-true costume should