A new all-inclusive play park is in the works in the City of Milton thanks to the efforts of a locally-based charitable organization, Children’s Charities. The non-profit’s co-founders Amanda White and Lauren Holmes’ latest undertaking is the Children’s Charities Designing for a Difference Clarity Farm Showcase Home being held in Milton from April 19-23, 2017.
All proceeds from the Showcase Home tour’s ticket sales, sponsorship of the tour or the park, as well as purchases of commemorative bricks, will benefit the play park project in Milton, which will provide a safe area for all children with abilities and disabilities.
One way to support the park being built is through the purchase of a commemorative brick that will be permanently displayed in the park. Available for purchase is a 4×8 brick paver that allows for three lines of text for $50 and for $100 there is a larger 8×8 brick paver that provides room for up to five lines of text.
“Children’s Charities is so excited about being able to donate this incredible new play area to the City of Milton,” said Holmes. “Once completed, it will become one of the largest play areas for children both with and without disabilities in the state.”
The play area will offer amenities such as a variety of swings, roller slides, musical instruments, sensory centers, a tea cup whirl, climb-on and climb-in structures, see-saws and ADA-approved picnic tables, as well as ramping throughout the park. Rubber flooring will be poured throughout the playground for ease of access for all abilities. The two play areas will be geared for children ages 2-5 and 5-12.
To purchase brick pavers or tickets to the Clarity Farm Showcase Home and Tour, please visit Children’s Charities online at www.ChildrensCharitiesGA.org.
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