Tammy and Michael bought a mobile home in Enfield recently,
so that they could be closer to family and to his doctor at Dartmouth
Hitchcock. Last year Michael was in a
car accident that caused severe injuries which has made his mobility a big
challenge. An accessibility ramp needed
to be built, so they requested assistance from COVER Home Repair. Collaborating with Hanover High March
Intensive, 13 students and teachers volunteered to build an accessibility
ramp. They got the job done in spite of
a big snow storm and very cold temperatures.
COVER Home Repair expects to do 15-20 ramps and 15-20 roofs
According to Samantha Pause, Vice President at Mascoma
Savings Bank, “Mascoma Bank is pleased to partner with COVER Home Repair and
support the Ramps & Roofs Campaign by becoming a sponsor. We know there are many families in the Upper
Valley that are sometimes faced with housing problems that require a community
Michael on the new ramp.
Volunteers finish the ramp for Michael.