THE ROTARY REPAIR AND REFRESH STATION FINISHED

Now, when you are at the end of the bike path at Cedar Street
you can fix your bicycle and/or get a refreshing drink thanks
to the Rotary Club of Akron Newstead and WMS Sales in
Clarence Center. The station has been made possible by the
generosity of our local Rotary club and WMS Sales of Clarence
Center and its President Randy Schaefer. Rotary donated the
bicycle repair unit and WMS Sales the state of the art
fountain. WMS is water management specialists supporting
the plumbing, heating and municipal markets. Key to making
the Repair and Refresh Station possible were Rotarians Paul
Muck and Herm Clouse and the Village of Akron.


“The Rotary Club of Akron Newstead President Andy Borden (center) and Treasurer Paul Muck (left) join WMS Sales President Randy Schaefer in dedicating the water fountain on the bike path at Cedar Street.  WMS Sales of Clarence Center generously donated the beautiful fountain.”

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