Adaptive Bike presented to Gretchen Templeton

Variety of Southern Nevada, Presents Adaptive Bike to Gretchen Templeton, Student at Las Vegas, John F. Miller School On Behalf of CinemaCon 2017

WHAT: Variety The Children’s Charity of Southern Nevada is proud to be part of the adaptive bike presentation on behalf of CinemaCon to Gretchen Templeton one of the many disable children at the John F. Miller School in Las Vegas. The bike will be presented at Caesars Palace at CInemaCon during a special member breakfast Tuesday, March 28th, 7:30- 8:00 am at Caesars Palace, Palace Ballrooms-Emperors Level.

Max Jensen, is an amazing, fun loving sixth grader from the John F. Miller School. Max enjoys family time, school time and Max time. He is a social young man with a giggle that will melt your heart. Ever since Max learner how to ride an adaptive bike at his school his mom, and dad have been so happy and amazed to see his face light up and watch him experience an activity they never expected for him. When Max’s Mom found out they were nominated for a bike from Variety his Mom stated “we have always dreamt of going on a family bike ride together. To Max’s family a “Family Ride” is a pretty big deal!
– Max Jensen (awardee) and family
– Ginger Land-van Buuren, Board President for Variety the Children’s Charity of Southern Nevada
– Erika Lopez, Executive Director of Variety the Children’s Charity of the United States.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 28th, 7:45 presentation, Breakfast event 7:30 – 9:15AM

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