From “McBride’s Musings About Writing and Other Stuff” A Blog Post By Phil McBride Sunday, December 27, 2017 The location of the ramp-build was typical of the many mobile home lots that dot the landscape along our county roads. Rural poverty is not pretty. The dwellings usually show their age and cheap construction. Yards tend…

The Burnet Bulletin By Amy Prayer – May 24, 2017 Burnet, Texas There are 2.2 million people in the United States who have some type of disability, causing them to be confined to a wheelchair. These people face a life of daily frustrations, wanting to be active in their community, but are limited due to…

The Picayune / 101HighlandLakes.com By Daniel Clifton  |  May 4, 2017 KINGSLAND — The sound of hammers pounded away outside the Kingsland home of Jesse Espinoza early April 27. It was just after 8 a.m., and a crew of men began sawing, hammering, and talking just outside his door. Espinoza, a 21-year veteran of the Marine…

Fayette County Record By Andy Behlen Published November 14, 2016 Volunteers with the Texas Ramp Project teamed up with Farmers Lumber Company onTuesday, Nov. 1, to build a wheelchair  ramp for Jim Matheson, a retired Farmers employee who recently suffered some health problems. Amid a cacophony of hammers, drills, and power saws, workers shouted out measurements and…

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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