Monday, November 14, 2022

Exeter-Milligan Playground Ribbon Cutting


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Exeter-Milligan school held a ribbon cutting on their new elementary playground.  The $265,000 project was approved by the school board in November of 2021 and the process to install the equipment began this summer. 

The equipment was in place when school started but the special underlayment and turf were not finished until Friday, November 4  The district installed the new equipment in part, to eliminate issues that visually impaired students had with the old play area.

Harper Sudrla and her sister Kenleigh help Mr. Sheffield cut the ribbon to the new playground.
Exeter-Milligan teachers Amanda Pettygrove (left) and Ashley Arbuck (right) try out the new playground equipment after the ribbon cutting.
The Exeter-Milligan elementary students were excited to finally get to play on the new playground equipment on Monday morning.
Kolt Songster (left) and Braxton Harre (right) were ready to attack the new playground equipment at Exeter-Milligan.
Siblings Gracelyn Becker, left, and Beau Becker, right, navigate the new playground equipment at Exeter-Milligan.

Westin Yound tries to see saw with Exeter-Milligan Superintendent Paul Sheffield after the ribbon cutting on the new playground equipment.


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