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New Disabled Sports shed was community effort

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Mount Shasta Herald, December 30, 2009

Shasta Disabled Sports U.S.A. will have a new shed this winter in which to store its adaptive ski equipment thanks to McClellan Builders, the Mountain Wheelers, and the Mount Shasta Ski Park.

"We now have more bi-skis than we have places to put them. This shed will provide convenient access to our members and instructors," says Shasta Disabled Sports board member Aaron Beverly.

"McClellan Builders donated two-thirds the cost of the shed, the Mountain Wheelers provided the rest. The Ski Park provided the labor to install it. This is a great example of local organizations working together to support each other."

McClellan Custom Sheds are built locally by the McClellan family's general contracting business. The lumber used in the construction of the 8' x 8' custom shed comes from the McCloud Basin and is harvested and milled using sustainable methods.

"We are happy that our shed will be helping out Shasta Disabled Sport's winter program," says Lin McCellan of McClellan Builders. "Our sheds can withstand even a McCloud winter."

For more about Shasta Disabled Sports programs go to www.shastadsusa.org. For more information about McClellan Builders, visit their website at www.macbuild.net