The Polk County Community Foundation awarded Columbus-situated House of Flags Museum grants for the acquisition and installation of a handicap lift providing access to the second floor of the museum.
The new lift will be used in the museum's presentation area, conference rooms and library. The new lift, which is handicap and wheelchair accessible, was completed last July 2013.
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