This weekend 30 soldiers from Ft. Jackson’s Leadership Training Class volunteered their time to build a 25 ft. ramp for a Columbia amputee victim that was unable to enter her house. The new ramp will now enable her to get in and out of the house safely to go to the doctor to start the prosthetic fitting process. Along with the build, soldiers mowed the yard, trimmed trees, spread mulch, moved rotten logs, and created a burn pile from all the cleanup materials.
Also involved in the project was Bulow BioTech Prosthetics, Soldier Support Institute and the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce.
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