Relatively mild December weather allowed installers from Amramp – Chicago, NW IL & SW WI to install a new modular wheelchair ramp behind the historic Masonic Temple building at 916 Columbus St. in Ottawa.
Past Matron of Mary E Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, Colleen Hickman. (standing) said “money for the construction came from the Streator Mary E Chapter No. 270”, which merged with the Ottawa chapter at the first of the year. Working with the drill on the ramp is franchise owner Bill Woods. Visit our Facebook page for photos!
Hickman said “the ramp meets all local, state and federal requirements. Now, the new ramp means more organizations and members of the community can use this great facility for more events than in the past”.
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