(L-R) Janiya Kempson, 4 and Aubrey Carson, 4, played with trucks during recess but couldn't play on a new playset at The Learning Collaborative. The school recently built a playground with swings, a slide, and mini-climbing wall at their school on Sam Drenan Road. But because of safety regulations the agency needs mulch donated can slide down the slide, swing on the swings and climb to the platform.
(L-R) Janiya Kempson, 4 and Aubrey Carson, 4, played with trucks during recess but couldn't play on a new playset at The Learning Collaborative. The school recently built a playground with swings, a slide, and mini-climbing wall at their school on Sam Drenan Road. But because of safety regulations the agency needs mulch donated can slide down the slide, swing on the swings and climb to the platform. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
(L-R) Janiya Kempson, 4 and Aubrey Carson, 4, played with trucks during recess but couldn't play on a new playset at The Learning Collaborative. The school recently built a playground with swings, a slide, and mini-climbing wall at their school on Sam Drenan Road. But because of safety regulations the agency needs mulch donated can slide down the slide, swing on the swings and climb to the platform. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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