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Playground: Done in a Day

Snapshots at Hopkins-Tancil in Old Town on Thursday morning, Sept. 13.

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Heather works on painting in the last few squares for the hopscotch game on the ...

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Volunteers paint in game boards for checkers and chess.

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Two picnic tables are constructed for children’s activities.

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Tons of shredded bark mulch is moved into the playground.

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ARHA CEO Roy Priest and board member Melvin Miller step back to see the progress ...

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The music gets cranked up and all the volunteers head to the new mulch on ...

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The dancing continues on the mulch to flatten and even out the surface.

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Major sponsor for the project B3 Solutions CEO Bud Almas, Jim Washington and president Brenda ...

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The children are cheered as they return home after a day at school.

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ARHA CEO Roy Priest acknowledges all of the work and organizing of KaBOOM! senior project ...

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Washington Capitals and So Kids Can co-founder Mike Green says a few words to all ...

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So Kids Can co-founder and radio personality Elliot Segal applauds the work of the volunteers ...

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Cheers erupt as the children’s paper loop chain is broken at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Early Sunday morning, the barrier fences were pulled back allowing the children to try out ...

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Children try out the new playground equipment on Sunday afternoon.

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Rock climbing at the opening of the new KaBOOM! Hopkins-Tancil playgound.

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Tablea Brown, Amanda Davis, Courtney Davis, Janiya, Makayla Alford and Thomas Shan listen as Roy ...

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Thomas Shan leads classmates at the Ruby Tucker Learning Center in a celebratory song and ...

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