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Mukilteo resident gifted wheelchair ramp for home

 

Mukilteo resident Kaelyn Drummond has cerebral palsy, which affects her legs and left arm. She uses a wheelchair to get around, and until this last weekend, her family was using a makeshift plywood ramp so she can get in and out of the house.

The Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS) held their annual Rampathon 2019, and Drummond was one of the recipients. MBAKS member Blackwood Builders volunteered their time to build Drummond a ramp at her home Saturday, May 18. Here, Drummond is seen laughing with some builders after the ramp’s completion.

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