The Southern Tier Home Builders and Remodelers Association made a special presentation to a local five-year old boy and his family today (Wednesday) in a ceremony at Traditions at the Glen.  Grady is a five-year old who suffers from a rare genetic condition known as Mosaic Trisomy 9.  He needs a special "Adaptive Therapy Room" for his care.

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That's where the collaborative efforts of a number of members of the Southern Tier Home Builders and Remodelers Association stepped in to help.  In information released by the organization today a number of businesses and individuals teamed up  to work on what they called "Grady's Project".  Many donated labor and supplies while others made monetary contributions to help fund the project.

According to the STHBRA the "Make A Wish Foundation" and "A Room to Heal" will work on completing the interior part of the room and install therapy and care equipment.  The STHBRA is a not-for-profit, professional trade association that is affiliated with the New York Home Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders.