Breaking Ground On Can-Do Playground

After years of preparation the Milford Rotary Club and several other local Rotary Club organizations finally broke ground on the Can-Do Playground on Monday, June 11. The location of the event was at the future site of the playground located at Tony Silicato Memorial Park, 101 Delaware Veterans Boulevard, behind the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club.

The Can-Do Playground at Milford will be a unique public playground for children and families of all abilities in Central and Southern Delaware. It will be a Boundless Playground™ and the first and only playground of its kind in Southern Delaware. The playground has been developed with the help of the Milford, Mispillion, Lewes-Rehoboth, Hub (Harrington, Greenwood, Felton), Rehoboth Sunrise and Naticoke-Seaford Rotary Clubs. If everything goes to plan the Can-Do Playground of Milford should be completed in the year 2013.

 

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