Habitat Builds Ramp For Anderson Girl’s Wheelchair

An Anderson girl, borth without fully developed arms and legs, now has a new ramp for her motorized wheelchair. Habitat for Humanity stepped in and built the ramp for Jamya Gosha at her home. Before that, i t took four people to get the motorized wheelchair into Jamya’s house. The difficulty of getting the wheelchair out of the house limited her mobility at school and in the neighborhood.