A down payment has already been made on the equipment. Installation is planned for Aug. 8 and the committee is looking for volunteers in order to help assemble the structure.
The structure itself will include 12 unique obstacles, accessible seating and picnic tables that will be available to students during the school day, but also to the general public outside of school hours.
“This is a unique structure.” said committee chairperson Faye Matt. “The biggest feature is still a warped wall at the very end. It will be a space for older students, the community and maybe even some parents to have fun with.”
Read the full version of this story in the March 3, 2022 edition of the Quad Town Forum