Posted date: Nov 12, 2016
by: Jason Padgett
We as adults don't have the capability to truly judge the quality of a new, and visually impressive, piece of playground equipment. So, My Local Life recruited the help of two local experts in the fields of testing and evaluating the overall quality of 'fun stuff'.
Mahra and Mika take us through this new playground and let us know if the fun level was worth the effort, or if the school and the community just wasted their time and money.
Watch, and be informed.
SCHEDULE A RIDE (24 HOUR NOTICE, FIRST COME FIRST SERVE SCHEDULING)
Call 785-772-1053 between 8 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday (except county holidays) to schedule a ride.
HOURS OF SERVICE:
8 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday, county holidays are observed
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