Wheel to Work offers fun at the Riverwalk in Shelton

Shelton-WheelWork2Above, Dana Palermo of Shelton paints the face of Emma Plourde, 8, during the fourth annual Wheel to Work event on Saturday at Shelton’s Veterans Memorial Park (the Riverwalk). Palermo is with Crazy Fun Face Painting. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

The event included health screenings, a job fair, live music, food, children’s activities and information on services for persons with disabilities. Display booths were staffed by nonprofit and for-profit entities.

Proceeds benefited Moving With Hope, a Shelton-based nonprofit organization that provides independent skills training and nutrition programs to individuals with disabilities and their families.

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Representing CardioSport at the event were, from left, kneeling, Jacelyn Rhoads and Sharon Werth; standing, John Duffy and Shelton resident Rob Lumento. CardioSport offers sports and fitness training at B&B Batting Cages in Shelton.

 

 

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