Bill Jeffery Wheelchair fund.


 I have shown you in every way, by laboring like this, that you must support the weak. Remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive”.

Dearest Mt. Upton friend;

Mt. Upton Central School was a wonderful setting for a child to begin their life’s journey.  As we learned and grew, we had dreams and expectations about life.  Soon, we became aware of the world outside our little community. That world and our journey has not always been kind and gentle for all.  

One graduate, many of us know, was in an automobile accident where he suffered an injury which left him a paraplegic. As with any paralizing injury, comes a multitude of expenses.    Bill Jeffery, class of 1970, is that graduate.  Bill has now been paralized for several years and today needs a new wheelchair.  

In an effort to assist Bill, I’m asking that each of us consider forgoing one night out on the town this year, instead donate what you would have spent to Bill Jeffery’s wheelchair fund. This act of kindness and love will be a blessing for both you and for Bill.  Just knowing that Bill was able to acquire a wheelchair without this financial burden, will be a blessing for both you and Bill. 

Bless you for your consideration.

Shoud you decide to contribute, Please send your contribution to: 

NBT Bank, 

Attn: Pam Jones, / Jeffery Wheelchair fund

52 South Broad Street, 

Norwich, NY 13815    

Bill Walters,  MU class of 1962  


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