PUNXSUTAWNEY — Ongoing fundraisers in memory of a Punxsutawney teenager have helped to build a popular playground in the east end of town.
Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinSuperkidz Club features 9,500 square feet of (nearly) top-to-bottom playground equipment, including obstacle courses, nine slides, swings, a spiderweb tower and other climbing structures, a ball fit and even a play zone where kids can shoot foam balls at unsuspecting adult targets. Read full article Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinConstruction is almost completed at the park at Kellogg and Hollister avenues, which is named for late councilwoman Jonny Wallis Residents won a victory in 2011 when the City of Goleta’s Redevelopment Agency acquired 4 acres at 170 South Kellogg Ave. in Old Town to build a neighborhood park. Read full article Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin