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Rotary Arms Project

  • It was a family affair for the Gonzalez family from Fontana as Dominic Jr. tests the operation of the arm he assembled, along with his mother Diana and brother Jordon, right.

    It was a family affair for the Gonzalez family from Fontana as D...

  • The Arms Project has been near and dear to the hearts of the Claremont Sunrise Rotary for many reasons. After Claremonters Maurice LeBlanc and Ernie Meadows designed a prosthetic arm that could easily be assembled, the Sunrise Rotary jumped into action.

    The Arms Project has been near and dear to the hearts of the Cla...

  • Andrew and Melinda Dilwicius put the finishing touches on the packages that not only included a prosthetic arm, but spare parts and a personal note from a volunteer. They were part of a group of 60 people that donated their time to assemble 400 arms that

    Andrew and Melinda Dilwicius put the finishing touches on the pa...

  • With arm parts in the center of the table, Sam Moreno, left, her mom Arely Moreno and Melinda Dilwicius, prepare the prosthetic arms for shipment along with 60 other volunteers at St. Ambrose Church last week.

    With arm parts in the center of the table, Sam Moreno, left, her...

  • Allan Wicker was one of 60 volunteers who assembled prosthetic arms at St Ambrose Church last week. The arms were being prepared for shipment to developing countries sponsored by the Claremont Sunrise Rotary.

    Allan Wicker was one of 60 volunteers who assembled prosthetic a...

  • Mark Nichols, left, speaks with arm designer Maurice LeBlanc will preparing the finished prosthetic arms for shipment.

    Mark Nichols, left, speaks with arm designer Maurice LeBlanc wil...

  • Each prosthetic arm that was assembled came with spare parts and a personal message from one of the volunteers.

    Each prosthetic arm that was assembled came with spare parts and...