EDSer Inspires Girl Scouts as a Volunteer Leader

Sharon BondThis Volunteer is an inspiration to those Girl Scouts that she touches.

By VICTOR FERNANDES, Erie Times-News, Erie, PA
victor.fernandes@timesnews.com

“Sharon Bond, of Millcreek Township, has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and is wheelchair-bound. But that doesn’t slow her down. Bond works as a volunteer leader at Hawthorne Ridge Girl Scout Camp in Fairview Township. According to her fellow camp volunteers, Bond is one of the most popular volunteers at camp.”

In the photo, Sharon throws a ball to swimmers in the pool at Hawthorne Ridge Girl Scout Camp. Even though she has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and is wheelchair-bound, Bond works a volunteer leader at the camp.

 

Many EDSers stay active with Community programs for exercise and EDS Awareness.

Click here for video of Sharon Bond with her Girl Scouts in the pool.

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