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March 18, 2018

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I agree that our litigious society has taken the fun out of many playgrounds. What happened to those large slides on playgrounds? I am all for keeping kids safe yet, I agree kids need to engage in activities which may appear risky yet builds their confidence. Climbing a high ladder of a slide can be scary for a child, but what a thrill to safely go up, fly down and realize it wasn't as scary as you thought.
Deb deSherbinin

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