Maggie is a life-saver, and she doesn't even know it.
Maggie is the name affectionately given to Griffith's iron lung machine that was once used to save polio sufferers.
Now Maggie is going on an epic voyage with the Rotary District 9700 as part of their polio bike ride to all the rotary clubs in the district.
They will be raising money to put an end to polio, a disease which is on the cusp of eradication.
Rotary District 9700 governor John Glassford knows just how terrible the disease can be, having contracted it when he was a small child living in Kenya.
"It makes you feel plenty lousy," Mr Glassford said.
He managed to hold onto life, however, and he's now on a mission to end the disease outright.
Together the Rotary clubs throughout the world have raised $1.8 billion for the cause, and this polio bike ride will contribute to it.
Rotary Club of Griffith's Ross Grillo has leaped on board with the cause, giving Maggie a new lick of paint and full makeover before her long road trip.
"Ross did an amazing job; Maggie's looking great and it's creating a fair stir," Mr Glassford said.
Maggie's been turning heads on the street and making pedestrians stop and ask questions.
It helps the Rotary get their message out there and encourage members of the public to donate to the cause.
Maggie will return triumphantly to Griffith on March 29 when the polio bike ride wraps up.
She will be given a hero's welcome at the Griffith District 9700 conference, which kicks off on March 29.