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July/Aug 2016
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A Safe Place to Play Dedicated Mom Wraps Up 3-Year Project

In 1988, the Lynchburg community came together to fund and build a large wooden playground at Linkhorne Elementary School (LES), a location dubbed then as “Play At Linkhorne” or PAL. Since then, PAL has been a place for everyone to enjoy, not just students at the school. “People will bring their grandchildren to PAL. People that go to other local elementary schools will come to play. It really is a neighborhood playground,” said Stacey Felmlee, former LES Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) president. Unfortunately, about 10 years ago, the structure really started to show its age. Parts of the playground had […]

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