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Playscape takes shape at CCH

Construction crews clear space for a new sand pit with water feature, slide berm and trike track at Cazenovia Children’s House. Work is expected to conclude soon.

Construction crews clear space for a new sand pit with water feature, slide berm and trike track at Cazenovia Children’s House. Work is expected to conclude soon. Cindy Underriner

— The Windy Willow Playscape at the Cazenovia Children’s House is becoming a reality, as construction for the new playscape began last month.

Clay Coleman, of Coleman Lawn Services, donated his time and equipment to remove old fencing and excavate the grounds in preparation for the new sand pit with water feature, slide berm and trike track, to be installed over the next few weeks.

Zach Reichard, of HR Refuse, donated use of a 20-yard refuse container which included all associated costs of transport.

All of the new additions join the fun, one-of-a-kind playhouse that was designed and donated by Paul Manion, and built last fall along with the willow hut harvested, planted and sculpted by Bill Paben and his sculpture students from Cazenovia High School.

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