"This venue, which is the vision and dream of 6th-grader Taylor Reuille
, will serve the region's families and children with disabilities."The Fort Wayne Boundless Playground movement, called Taylor's Friendship Circle, got started when Taylor, a student at Harlan Elementary School, realized that there are many kids with disabilities who couldn't play at playgrounds in this area.She
researched and found that a Boundless Playground
would offer amazing play opportunities for children with and without disabilities, including those with physical, sensory, developmental and cognitive disabilities.Taylor
and her mother, Kasandra Booher, presented the first Boundless Playground private contribution to the Mayor totaling $10,758.43.
dream provides an excellent opportunity for the community to get behind a great cause for the right reason."
Taylor's Friendship Circle, initially a grassroots group of friends, neighbors, and family members, is the result of the energy of 11-year-old Taylor Reuille
and her mother Kasandra Booher, R.N. Collaborators include: