A sturdy ramp built by volunteers from the nonprofit Serve the Need in Johnston County helps Jason Townsend, 48, access the Willow Spring home he shares with wife Melissa. An L-shaped wooden ramp supported by four-by-four posts and heavy bolts now leads from the driveway to the front porch.
A sturdy ramp built by volunteers from the nonprofit Serve the Need in Johnston County helps Jason Townsend, 48, access the Willow Spring home he shares with wife Melissa. An L-shaped wooden ramp supported by four-by-four posts and heavy bolts now leads from the driveway to the front porch. Photo by Teri Boggess
A sturdy ramp built by volunteers from the nonprofit Serve the Need in Johnston County helps Jason Townsend, 48, access the Willow Spring home he shares with wife Melissa. An L-shaped wooden ramp supported by four-by-four posts and heavy bolts now leads from the driveway to the front porch. Photo by Teri Boggess

When access to home is a problem, Serve the Need in Johnston County builds a solution

November 22, 2017 05:57 PM

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