July 19, 2018
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April Culver, Executive Director and CEO of Challenge Air visited Dallas-Uptown with information about this unique organization. Challenge Air was created to change the perception of children with special needs through the gift flight. Since 1993, the organization has been committed to making a difference in the lives of children with special needs through events called Fly Days. By eliminating the belief that they are limited, the children can grow to their full potential. They are given the opportunity to find courage within themselves and build in areas where they lack self-esteem. Challenge Air provides an unforgettable growing experience that opens the door to possibilities while allowing the children to see if they can fly a plane they can do anything. For more information, click here.
Also, we had two Rotarian guests hailing from international clubs. Cliff Ayozie from the Rotary Club of Wuse - Central Abuja, Nigeria, and Stacy Guillen from the Rotary Club of Jakarta Menteng.
Left photo: April Culver, Challenge Air
Top Right Photo: Club President Durane Castleberry and Cliff Ayozie
Bottom Right Photo: Club President Durance Castleberry and Stacey Guillen