Six-year-old Mia Swigert and her family — parents Adam Swigert and Eva Carwell and little sister Zoe — have an easier time getting into their Olympia house Monday after school because of the volunteer work by the Mr. Do Right Construction, which this weekend finished their ramp.
Six-year-old Mia Swigert and her family — parents Adam Swigert and Eva Carwell and little sister Zoe — have an easier time getting into their Olympia house Monday after school because of the volunteer work by the Mr. Do Right Construction, which this weekend finished their ramp. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Six-year-old Mia Swigert and her family — parents Adam Swigert and Eva Carwell and little sister Zoe — have an easier time getting into their Olympia house Monday after school because of the volunteer work by the Mr. Do Right Construction, which this weekend finished their ramp. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

New ramp makes life easier for Olympia child and her family

January 31, 2017 5:30 AM

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