Possibility Playground opens to smiling children

Ozaukee Press staff

The skies were gray and the temperatures cold, but that didn’t stop children from running into Possibility Playground in Port Washington’s Upper Lake Park when the play area for children of all abilities was re-opened Sunday, Nov. 3, following a $250,000, 10th anniversary expansion and renovation project led by volunteers. Evelyn Basler, 4, (main photo, above) was all smiles as she took a spin, courtesy of a push from her father Jason (left), on a merry-go-round that accommodates people in wheelchairs.Graeme Schultz (front in photo at right) and Desmond Rogahn, both 4, played in a turtle that was repainted. Standing on the new poured-in-place rubber surface, 5-year-old Ryker Gunderson checked out one of the toys in the playground (lower right). Sisters Anna, 7 (left), and Emma, 8, Ruethling, tried out a new swing (lower middle) . Coraline Baker, 4, climbed on a rope ladder. Behind her is a new tree house on top of a stainless steel slide. 


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