In memory of Robert Saturley
On June 10, 2011, Robert Saturley, 64, of Bay Point Landing road, Newbury, NH died in Newbury in a bicycle accident while headed home after a local ride doing what he loved-cycling. With the generous help of his family and friends, we are raising money to support the Friends of the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail (501(c) non profit organization) efforts in conjunction with the Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club and Rural Heritage Connection of Bradford. The rail to trail bridge currently under construction in Bradford is of particular importance to this effort and to family and friends as Robert worked on the Route 103 bridge while in college. A bench and plaque will be placed near or around this section for all to enjoy when walking, riding or cross country skiing. Please help us with your donations to make this project happen in memory of Bob Saturley while remembering Bob's love of family and friends and his passion for cycling and skiing which resonates to this day in many of us. The donations will go directly to the non profit organization to be used toward the bridge (and other possible efforts like PediCabs which would enable senior citizens and the physically challenged to participate in cycling on rail to trails. ) Thank you for your donations and support....
Fundraising team: Friends of Bob Saturley (2)
Joan Morena and Matt Clark of Newbury
Raised $1,275 from 9 donations
Friends of the Concord - Lake Sunapee Rail Trail
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.
Raised $21,750 from 8 donations