The new play area features a layout and equipment that can be enjoyed by children of all ages and abilities as they play together
VANCOUVER – The Parks and Lands division of Clark County Public Works invites the community to celebrate the completion of an inclusive playground at Felida Community Park. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at the playground at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28. Councilor Michelle Belkot will provide remarks and cut the ceremonial ribbon. Light refreshments will be provided.
The new play area features a layout and equipment that can be enjoyed by children of all ages and abilities as they play together. The playground is marked with a rainbow archway, celebrating the beautiful diversity of our community’s children, and was partially funded by donations from the community. The rainbow was inspired by the area’s children. When asked to draw a picture of what they would like to see in the new play area, many children drew rainbows.
Felida Community Park is located at 3798 NW 122nd St. Residents can call (564) 397-4779 or email email@example.com to request translators or other accommodations at the event.
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