October 5, 2011
Since incorporating in 2006, the non-profit initiative enlists volunteers to build durable ramps for disabled and elderly people who are in economic need. According to the organization, over two thousand ramps have been built state-wide to provide these individuals with the freedom to come and go from their house.
“This is the second ramp the Pirate baseball team has helped in building,” commented head coach Brad Hart. “We look forward to helping on more in the future.”
Pictured above are (left to right) volunteer Phil Delucci, Tracy Brown, Hart, Nathan Hickey, Joe Bullock, and Jarrod Jeffery. Not pictured are GHS teacher Joe Overstreet, who serves as the local ramp coordinator, and player Chris Drysdale.
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