Potter Construction joining again in tomorrow’s “Rampathon”

(2009 Rampathon photo courtesy Potter Construction)
Tomorrow’s the annual “Rampathon” by the Master Builders Care Foundation in King and Snohomish Counties, and West Seattle’s Potter Construction (WSB sponsor) will be part of it again this year. Staff volunteers “will set one Highland Park grandmother free when they build a wheelchair-accessible ramp to her front door,” according to the announcement. The project is getting financial assistance from the Rotary Club of West Seattle, which donated $3,500 to support construction of the ramp. Across the region, Rampathon has resulted in almost 300 ramps built since 1993, supported by donations to the MBC Foundation; Potter’s Highland Park project is one of 20 scheduled in the region tomorrow.

2 Replies to "Potter Construction joining again in tomorrow's "Rampathon" "

  • Tina May 15, 2010 (7:51 am)

    How can I get help on getting a ramp for my 86 year old mother-in-law who recently had a stroke and is now in a wheelchair?
    She wants to go outside, but cannot get out without someone lifting her down and up the stairs.

  • ad May 15, 2010 (8:12 am)

    That’s great! What an unplifting story.

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