Spreading the love at Krodel Park Playground


This week, volunteers with the Krodel Park Playground Committee, put together the final piece of playground equipment - a zip line for kids of all ages and abilities. On Friday, volunteers were spreading 89 yards (around 40,000 pounds) of mulch under the zip line station to get it ready for use on Saturday, June 10. The playground upgrade project was three years in the making and, according to City Clerk Amber Tatterson who was assisting with the community build and mulch spreading this week, commemorative pickets are still being sold to finish the fence around the playground which is otherwise, finally, done. Pictured are volunteers Ashley Cossin and Olivia Warner spreading the mulch and volunteer Leigh Ann Shepard scaling the mulch mountain, with husband Gilbert in the background.


This week, volunteers with the Krodel Park Playground Committee, put together the final piece of playground equipment – a zip line for kids of all ages and abilities. On Friday, volunteers were spreading 89 yards (around 40,000 pounds) of mulch under the zip line station to get it ready for use on Saturday, June 10. The playground upgrade project was three years in the making and, according to City Clerk Amber Tatterson who was assisting with the community build and mulch spreading this week, commemorative pickets are still being sold to finish the fence around the playground which is otherwise, finally, done. Pictured are volunteers Ashley Cossin and Olivia Warner spreading the mulch and volunteer Leigh Ann Shepard scaling the mulch mountain, with husband Gilbert in the background.

This week, volunteers with the Krodel Park Playground Committee, put together the final piece of playground equipment – a zip line for kids of all ages and abilities. On Friday, volunteers were spreading 89 yards (around 40,000 pounds) of mulch under the zip line station to get it ready for use on Saturday, June 10. The playground upgrade project was three years in the making and, according to City Clerk Amber Tatterson who was assisting with the community build and mulch spreading this week, commemorative pickets are still being sold to finish the fence around the playground which is otherwise, finally, done. Pictured are volunteers Ashley Cossin and Olivia Warner spreading the mulch and volunteer Leigh Ann Shepard scaling the mulch mountain, with husband Gilbert in the background.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/06/web1_6.10-PPR-Krodel.jpgThis week, volunteers with the Krodel Park Playground Committee, put together the final piece of playground equipment – a zip line for kids of all ages and abilities. On Friday, volunteers were spreading 89 yards (around 40,000 pounds) of mulch under the zip line station to get it ready for use on Saturday, June 10. The playground upgrade project was three years in the making and, according to City Clerk Amber Tatterson who was assisting with the community build and mulch spreading this week, commemorative pickets are still being sold to finish the fence around the playground which is otherwise, finally, done. Pictured are volunteers Ashley Cossin and Olivia Warner spreading the mulch and volunteer Leigh Ann Shepard scaling the mulch mountain, with husband Gilbert in the background.