Recycled Rides: Repairing Lives (Aired on March 22, 2013, on AM and March 24, 2013, on FM)

Seated: Donna Lennane, Kevin Muir. Standing: Co-hosts Jonah Triebwasser, Sarah O’Connell

Seated: Donna Lennane, Kevin Muir. Standing: Co-hosts Jonah Triebwasser, Sarah O’Connell

Nanuet Rotarians Kevin Muir (owner of Nanuet Collision Center whose slogan is “The Collision Physicians”) and Donna Lennane (club President) discuss Recycled Rides, a national program that repairs and donates recycled vehicles to those in need (i.e., disabled veterans).  Recipients are identified through a collaboration with local charitable agencies to help people get on with their life. Cars are donated by insurance companies, body shops, or individuals, and after much work by professional volunteers (up to a year, in some cases), they are absolutely good as new. The program is supported by volunteer labor and donations (i.e., paint companies and parts companies) and funding by service organizations such as Nanuet Rotary. President Lennane describes her club’s strong support of Recycled Rides as well as other humanitarian projects that save and repair lives.

Learn More:
Recycled Rides
Nanuet Collision Center: 845 356-5861 /
Nanuet Rotary Club
P.O. Box 281, Nanuet, NY 10954 (914-629-2000)

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