Modern Woodmen Of America Volunteers Build Wheelchair Ramp For Roswell Resident

Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Andrew McGarvey and Kathy Nolan of Rossville.  Not in photo, Vince Estell, Modern Woodmen representative.
Andrew McGarvey and Kathy Nolan of Rossville. Not in photo, Vince Estell, Modern Woodmen representative.

Modern Woodmen of America volunteers led by Representative Andrew McGarvey sponsored supplies and built a wheelchair ramp for Kathy Nolan. 

Ms. Nolan stated, “This ramp gave me my life back. Modern Woodmen is the best.” 

"Modern Woodmen is a member-based organization that continues to have a positive impact in our community," officials said.

To learn more contact Andrew McGarvey at 814-931-7071.



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