Raising the roof for paralyzed 14-year-old gymnast Taylor Lindsay-Noel

    TORONTO, Aug. 7 /CNW/ - A new home for paralyzed gymnast Taylor Lindsay
Noel will get the final finishing touch tomorrow morning, when a crew of
roofing professionals from Avenue Road Roofing will volunteer their time to
build the structure's custom 5,000-square-foot roof.
    "About 20 of our installers will arrive in the morning to do shingling,
build a flat roof, install a skylight and complete sheet metal work," says
Doug Cochrane, Production Manager for Avenue Road Roofing.
    Mr. Cochrane, who will be on site to supervise the project, said
    Roofing Supplies deserves a lot of credit for donating a significant
amount of the materials that will be used to build the roofing.
    The five-bedroom home, located in North York at 104 Lorraine Drive, was
built with generous donations by many Toronto-area personalities. Special
features include an elevator and full wheel-chair accessibility.
    Taylor Lindsay-Noel, a former member of the Canadian National Gymnastic
Team, was injured on July 15, 2008.

For further information:

For further information: Doug Cochrane during working hours at (416)
785-6167. To reach Doug on the work site, please call (416) 995-8952; Wolfgang
Franke, Words at Work Advertising & Marketing, (905) 940-6610 or (416)
809-9653, wolfgang@wordsatwork.ca

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