New House at Lakeshore

August 2008
PN;Aug2008, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p76
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Lakeshore Foundation opened its renovated housing facility in Birmingham, Alabama on June 6, 2008. It is said that the building will be used by injured military personnel and their families participating in Lima Foxtrot programs, U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes, and youth-program participants. It is cited that the facility adheres to the standards for environmentally responsible construction.


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