Survivor Playscape Opens

Survivor Playscape Opens to the Delight of Community
Posted on 11/22/2023
Students cutting the ribbon to open Survivor Playscape11/22/2023 - A new, inclusive playscape is now open and ready for the community to learn, play, and explore together. Survivor Playscape at Genoa Township Park officially opened during a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Wed., Nov. 22. The construction of this unique playground was funded by the remarkable efforts of Howell High School students through the annual Senior Survivor fundraiser, raising over $450,000. The initiative was further supported by Genoa Township and Michigan Recreational Construction, showcasing a powerful community partnership.

With students from Senior Survivor 2021 and 2022 leading the ribbon-cutting, the event showcased the impact that Senior Survivor has had on the community. The event was a celebration and an invitation for the community to engage with this new innovative space that will become a community landmark promoting inclusivity, learning, and imagination.

Survivor Playscape is an inclusive playground that allows individuals of all abilities to learn, play, and explore together. The playscape blends natural elements like logs, stumps, ropes, boulders, and native plants to create a sensory-rich environment. It's a place where children can develop physically, engage their imagination, and enhance problem-solving skills through adventurous, self-directed play.

Children playing on the new playscape

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