Well be out there at 8 a.m. Saturday, bright and early to get this started, said Pam Hall, past president of the Elburn Lions.
Its been a long time coming.
said the work to renovate the playground at Lions Park a quasi-public park that is owned and maintained by the Elburn Lions
will include new railings, ramps and other equipment specifically designed to make the playground more accessible for children with disabilities.
The work also will include the installation of sensory panels, special playground equipment that includes built-in tactile elements to make the play area more inviting for children of all abilities.
For some children, it may be difficult for them to, for example, get down in the sand and play, Hall
This makes the playground a lot more fun for them.
Hall said it had been her desire for some time, and her priority while Elburn Lions president, to lead the effort to bring the 25-year-old playground equipment at the park into compliance with the accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Its something I wanted to do, and now we have the opportunity to see it through and follow through on this, she