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CBS 19 Posted: Oct 28, 2015 10:14 AM CDT TYLER – Smith County Juvenile Services is teaming up with the Texas Ramp Project to help build ramps for elderly and disabled people who need them but can’t afford them. Two Smith County Juvenile Services staff members and five juvenile probationers who recently graduated from the…

THE OBSERVER: YourHoustonNews.com Posted: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 2:34 pm By Community Reports The Men’s Ministry of Lamb of God Lutheran Church, Humble recently completed a ramp for a local resident, Les who had part of his leg amputated. Les had no way to leave his home without the assistance of his brother, Roger. Now,…

Dallas Morning News: Neighborsgo by DANIEL HOUSTON Published: 22 October 2015 08:20 AM Updated: 22 October 2015 08:20 AM Photos: Rex C. Curry/Special Contributor It’s a simple structure, but Shirley Bevers describes the ramp in her garage as a “lifesaver.” The Lake Highlands resident experiences tremors from time to time that cause her to lose balance…

The Picayune: 101HighlandLakes.com By: Daniel Clifton // October 13, 2015 MARBLE FALLS — When Ben Redler first joined the Texas Ramp Project several years ago, he was just looking for a volunteer opportunity. What he and other volunteers like him probably didn’t know is the number of lives they changed, even saved. “When you think…

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