Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Daniel Sennett

Daniel Sennett was an avid baseball player for 38 years, a die-hard Yankees fan, motorcyclist and a volunteer at Sister Mary Loretta’s Soup Kitchen for 10 years. This was Dan’s life before he was stricken with a bacteria pneumonia, which changed his life forever. The pneumonia affected Dan’s extremities, which caused gangrene. The doctors had to amputate his feet, one hand and several fingers on the other hand. Because of this Dan now needs special equipment for driving and special transportation for his electric wheel chair. Dan is unable to stand or walk for any long period of time. He has made a remarkable and steady recovery. He fights back everyday, relearning how to do everything. He has prosthetic legs and is awaiting one for his hand. Any support to help Dan with his everyday challenges would be greatly appreciated!

Spaghetti Dinner Benefit will be held August 10, 2008 from   1-4pm at The Moose Lodge 617, located at 204 Monroe Street, Lockport, NY

Ticket purchase will include spaghetti and meatballs, salad, roll and butter. There will also be a cash bar, music, Chinese auctions, bake sale and 50/50 drawing. Cost is $6. in advance and $7. after August 2nd. Tickets available at the following locations: Moose Lodge 617,   Ski Lodge,   Pleasant Valley Tavern, Or call 433-4239 Please send any monetrary donations to First Niagara Bank in Lockport  c/o: Moose Lodge – Dan Sennett- Fund Raiser.

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2 Responses to “Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Daniel Sennett”

  1. Yuli Says:

    Best of luck for the benefit, it must be extremely hard to go through that. Most of us can probably only imagine.

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