Little Amish Boy
Last year, I became aware of a local 6-year old Amish boy who lost both of his feet in a lawn mower accident. I attended a fund raising dinner for little Reuben Hostetler in Fredonia, Pennsylvania to help the family pay for medical bills. I met the parents Andrew and Rachel Hostetler, and I shared my passion for yard safety awareness to prevent these accidents from happening to other individuals, families, and institutions. Also, I donated some Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man silicone wristbands and leaflets for the family to raise funds and to disperse the yard safety message. I met Reuben. He was a little Amish kid having fun and spinning around in his new wheelchair. Like many lawn mower amputees, he will require much medical attention and care. Please consider sending a donation to little Reuben Hostetler as follows:
c/o Andrew and Rachel Hostetler
382 Folk Road
Fredonia, Pennsylvania 16124
Indeed, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man still has work to do to heighten yard safety awareness. Yard accidents still happen to thousands of people. Outdoor power equipment injuries and deaths still occur. It is still a serious problem despite the efforts of many people. I am determined to reduce yard accidents to zero. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man and the Yard Safety Crusaders are here today so that yard accidents go away. Be yard safe!
Richard Mudrinich is a disabled person. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is a disabled super hero. Richard Mudrinich and his alter-ego Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man advocate for disabled rights. He strives to educate those without disabilities about those with disabilities. He strives to educate those with disabilities about those without disabilities. He strives to educate and entertain individuals, families, and institutions about yard safety to prevent yard accidents and disabilities. He strives to befriend other individuals and animals with disabilities. He strives to promote diversity. Be a safe friend!
Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man