A good sign for the Alzheimer’s Association


MEMBERS of the Costa Blanca Rawhiders Motorcycle Club paid a visit recently to the Torrevieja Alzheimer’s Association AFA, to see the fruit of their ongoing fundraising efforts on behalf of the association.

The results of their latest venture had seen the previously old and dilapidated sign on the front of the day care centre being completely replaced with a brand new one; all fully funded by the Rawhiders MCC.  Spokesman for the Club, Ed Purcell said: “We are proud to be able to assist such a wonderful, compassionate and caring organisation.”

As a sign of appreciation, the Club were presented with a plaque on behalf of the AFA.


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