Tom Austin and Joleen Nelson cutting deck boards.
Helene, Griffin, Lindsay, and Hailey Rinner sanding hand rails.
Steve Rospert routering hand rails.
Brandi and Rob working on ramp.
Fred Moffit saying "Hi"
Norb Barman and Fred Moffit cutting posts to fit hand rails.
Joel Mercereau digging the foundation.
ACT volunteers placing ramp in position.
ACT volunteers with family after ramp was built.
ACT volunteers built little Jackson Hinckley-Clark a wheel chair ramp so he can get in and out of his house.   Jackson was born 3 1/2 months early and he has not been able to come home from the Toledo Children's Hospital yet.  Due to his premature birth, Jackson has several machines hooked up to him to keep him alive.  These machines have to be carried around with Jackson in a double stroller, the only problem was he couldn't get in and out of his house without a wheel chair ramp.  ACT would like to recognize Carter Lumber for donating the materials for this ramp and Riley Excavating for letting us build the ramp indoors where it was warm.  It is a blessing to have so many volunteers willing to help.  Thank you to everyone who had a hand in helping build this ramp for little Jackson.  The family is hoping Jackson will be able to come home before Easter.