Posted by Denis Pepin on Feb 10, 2019
February 9th, 2019 was a dank and cold morning in Florence, TX.  An intrepid group of volunteers from the Rotary Club of Georgetown and Interact member Alexa (dad too), visited the home of Peggy Gayle to replace an aging, rime coated and dangerously steep ramp.  After removing the old ramp and reconfiguring the deck area, the Rotary group set about building its 47th ramp.  Numb, wet hands and muddy clothes became the order of the day.
This effort is a continuation of the ongoing alliance with the Texas Ramp Project where ramps are build for those with special needs.