Tuesday, October 21, 2014

"We wanted to make the transition easier for him"

Milford Daily News reports on the efforts of Franklin firefighters coordinating with Tri-County students to build a ramp at Richie Elgar's home.
Elgar has put as much time into his rehabilitation as he did for his wrestling workouts. Last year, he was the state vocational wrestling champion, winning the Division 3 Central Sectional at 106 pounds. 
It’s not surprising, Carlucci said, given Elgar’s character. 
"Ritchie will be successful in whatever he does," he said. 
A fund set up to raise money for Elgar’s recovery has raised nearly $15,000. Those wishing to contribute can visit: www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/7245/ritchie-elgar-s-recovery-fund.

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