underneath. And after it rains, the few wood chips there are, are mixed in with lots of mud- this means I can't take the kids at all.
There are parks located throughout the town, but it is nice for families to be able to take their children to the nearby elementary to play. It's within walking distance and your kids don't have to fight for a turn on the slide. It's a free and healthy way to get kids outside playing and unplugging from technology for awhile.
What I would like to use this grant for is to purchase shredded rubber playground mulch to put under the equipment. This will help alleviate scraped knees, splinters, being impaled by wood chips and the icky muddy mess. It would set my mind, and other parents' minds at ease as we watch our children play. I've been to schools that have this mulch and it is fantastic! I would love to see this on the playground at Arthur Elementary!!
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