Thursday, June 1, 2017

Children Provide Design Ideas For New Lebanon Playground

Children provided their input for a new playspace in the City of Lebanon by drawing pictures of their dream playgrounds. These drawings will inspire elements of a new playground that will be built on September 16 at Southwest Park by municipal, organization, and business officials, as well as many community volunteers.
Parents and community members recently met for the first meeting of the playground planning committee that will work for the next several months to plan and prepare for the construction of the new playground.
DCNR provided grant funding for the project.
“Hats off to the Pennsylvania Municipal League, the City of Lebanon, KaBOOM!, and other key players supporting this new playground,” said DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn.
“This is exactly the type of collaboration DCNR seeks when it weighs the merits of a grant application. Our department is making a concerted effort to get more young people outdoors and into its state parks and forests, and projects like this make our job easier and our youngsters healthier.”
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(Reprinted from the May 31 Resource newsletter from DCNR.  Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)

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