It will be double the fun when 100 U.S. Bank volunteers build not one, but two universally accessible playgrounds at Harper Meadows in Winton Woods! These gracious volunteers will come together on Tuesday, May 1 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to make this project a reality.
As part of the Hamilton County Parks Foundation Corporate Volunteering Program, the team from U.S. Bank will work with Park District staff, in cooperation with GameTime and David Williams & Associates, to install playground equipment, plant trees and mulch areas. Penn Station East Coast Subs is also supporting this effort as a corporate sponsor by providing lunch for all the community build participants!
Both playgrounds will be located in the Harper Meadows picnic area at separate locations. The new play areas will be double in size and will also be universally accessible. Some of the features include a poured rubber safety surface, wide ramps and transfer platforms for users of all abilities, “Power Scape” areas for fitness, shade canopies and an array of fun and vibrant colors.
U.S. Bank has been in partnership with the Hamilton County Park District for a number of years, donating hours of volunteer help with landscape projects at different park locations. To learn more about U.S. Bank volunteerism, visit http://www.usbank.com/community/volunteerism.html.
For additional information about the Hamilton County Park District Corporate Volunteering Program, please visit www.greatparks.org/foundation/adoptapark.shtm or call (513) 521-PARK (7275) and ask for Volunteer Services.
David Williams & Associates is a playground design and installation company that has been serving Ohio and Kentucky since 1988. Learn more about them at www.davidwilliamsassociates.com. GameTime is the leading national manufacturer of playground equipment. To see more of their play systems, visit www.gametime.com.