Work began on Monday, April 30, on the anticipated Payne Park Playground. Chris Hutchinson, the foreman from Gator Grading and Pavement, said that there is still plenty of work to be done including creating the handicap ramp and putting in all the flat work and concrete.
The playground will have Rainbow Turf, which is created out of recycled materials, designed to cushion any falls. The colorful, circus-themed playground pieces are on site and wrapped up in plastic and will be put in piece by piece over the next few months.
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PHOTO GALLERY : Booker High School Prom
Booker High School students attended the prom Saturday, May 19 at Michael’s On East to complete a memorable milestone. Students chose a Lucky Hearts Ball theme, which was very much like Las Vegas. Approximately 220 students attended the prom.
PHOTO GALLERY : Pine View Cobalt Dance
Pine View students packed the dance floor Saturday, May 18 at the Municipal Auditorium for the traditional Cobalt Dance. The dance that was started as a potluck dinner in a chemistry classroom has grown tremendously since the 1970’s. Students still uphold the tradition of the Pine Cone Awards and hand them out to classmates with quirky talents. Juniors put on the dance for the seniors and chose an Italian theme for Cobalt 2013.
PHOTO GALLERY : Hands Across the Sands
Community members joined hands Saturday, May 18 on Siesta Key beach as a symbol of their support for the protection of coastal economies, oceans, marine wildlife and fisheries. Supporters voiced their concern about damage that happens due to offshore oil drilling accidents, hydraulic fracturing, the Alberta tar sands, mountain top removal mining, and about coal fired power plants. Forty-two people joined hands for the Hands Across the Sand national movement.