We had a blast at the “Foresters, Mainstreet Community Services Association & KaBOOM!” unveiling of the new children’s playground in Stone Mountain! We warmed up the
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participants with the “DeKalb County Shuffle” a dance choreographed by the FOT Fitness Team. The team of volunteers spent approximately six hours building the new playground!
“The new playground
will provide more than 1,800 children and their families in the Stone Mountain community with a safe place to play. Playgrounds provide an opportunity for families to spend quality time together and get to know other families in their community. Currently, the children living in the housing community do not have adequate playground equipment to serve the area….The project is one of more than 150 playground builds KaBOOM! will lead in 2012 in an effort to provide a great place to play within walking distance of every child in America.” For more details visit: http://www.mainstreetcommunity.org/
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