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Bear Creek Park Community Playground Enters Next Phase

450,000 dollars is needed to complete the Bear Creek Park Community Playground. Organizers hope to begin construction by October.

Posted: Mon Feb 19 23:25:26 PST 2018
Updated: Mon Feb 19 23:25:26 PST 2018

Speech to Text for Bear Creek Park Community Playground Enters Next Phase

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our website, osed design will increase the size of the playground from 9,500 to 14,000 square feet. some features kids requested include a spider bouncer trampoline, a down-and-back zip line, a wiggly rock wall, rope climbs, ladders, tunnels and more. the biggest challenge right now is raising the funds needed to replace the beloved playground organizers say they need to raise 450,000 dollars by mid summer and the medford parks and recreation director says hes optimistic they'll get there. [a37]bear creek park-sotvo rich rosenthal says, "the next phase in the process is to actually build it, to clear what's here now. companies and individuals with expertise can save us money by donating time or services to us or volunteers can step up and help with the actual build hopefully in october. the playground was built in 1988 and the parks and rec director says its run its course. it also needs to be upgraded for ada compliance . [a38]tease one-cave rescue a
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