Since its inception, Wheelchair Recycler has supplied more than 500 refurbished power wheelchairs to people with disabilities, increasing their mobility, independence, and self-confidence. For this campaign, Wheelchair Recycler will supply one power wheelchair for a child returning to school, whether to use as a secondary chair or as a replacement for an outgrown one. Donations will also go toward specially modifying a wheelchair for a second child who plays wheelchair soccer, thus bolstering his or her ability to engage in social and physical activities.
Four generations of the Wilson family have maintained Cotton Hills' sprawling homestead, which continues to yield cotton, wheat, timber, pumpkins, and other produce. Guided tours relax visitors with a 40-minute wagon ride through the twists and turns of a working farm and grant agricultural knowledge without the tedium of a scarecrow's memoirs. Patrons navigate the rustling halls of a corn maze and exchange greetings with barnyard animals in the crisp air. Visitors admire the farm’s 19th-century barns, which are steeped in pastoral history. Though not included in this Groupon, locally made ice cream and fresh produce from the adjoining market energize farm visitors more pleasantly than an early-morning phone call from a rooster.
One of the inaugural MLS members in 1995, The New England Revolution has transformed into a soccer powerhouse by reaching the MLS playoffs eight years in a row. Category II sideline seats provide full views of the field, which means you can see high-flying forwards sacrificing their bodies to kick, head, and whack at the ball as you wave a giant foam finger. Led by midfielder Shalrie Jospeh, the Revolution will look to control the tempo and mercilessly attack the Sounders' defense. In addition to admission, you'll also receive a slick, long-sleeve Revolution shirt, so you can show team loyalty without wearing an authentic pair of Shalrie Jospeh's jeans.