"Murphy was an optimist!"
Progress but nothing to show March 22, 2005 4:47 pmPosted by djuggler in : Daily Life
I’ve actually been pounding keys on a project most of the day without too much distraction. What a pleasure to get work done. Unfortunately, I don’t have a deliverable to show for it which is frustrating. I need to take a break and switch gears for a bit.
The Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF) announced that STAR has been awarded a $2500 Quality of Life grant. STAR will use the funds as a part of the Rider Patron program, which allows us to continue providing cost efficienttrackback
therapeutic services to our riders through the donations of individuals,
civic groups, businesses, and foundations such as the CRPF. STAR riders pay
only a portion of the actual cost of the lessons, therefore there are many
costs associated with lessons that must be covered by other sources.