Ribbon Cutting

State Senator Maria Sachs, State Representative Lori Berman and Palm Beach County Commissioner Shelley Vana were there and spoke about the importance of this special place where EVERYONE can play together. The children pictured in the ribbon cutting ceremony attend Royal Palm School in Boynton Beach.
The Spinner Bowl.
The Swamp Water Play Area.
Tennis Exhibition.
The park is accessible to all.
Play Structure donations needed.
The Wiggle Walk.
Greater Boynton Beach Foundation Chairman, John McGovern, addresess the attendees.
The Swings.
The Oodle Swing.
The Swamp water play area was created with a 0,000 grant from Palm Beach County. Many other park features were created with through a 0,000 grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Several individual donors helped provide funding for other park play features including the curved balance beam.
The Evos Play Area.
State Senator Maria Sachs, State Representative Lori Berman and Palm Beach County Commissioner Shelley Vana were there and spoke about the importance of this special place where EVERYONE can play together. The children pictured in the ribbon cutting ceremony attend Royal Palm School in Boynton Beach.
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The ribbon cutting was held on Saturday, January 21, 2012. Senator Maria Sachs, Representative Lori Berman and Palm Beach County Commissioner Shelley Vana were among the dignitaries who attended and expressed their delight for this very special park in Boynton Beach. Senator Sachs praised the City of Boynton Beach for taking the lead and going beyond the requirements for the Americans with Disabilities Act to provide access throughout the entire park so that all persons can play freely together. “This is a very special place”, said Senator Sachs, “every community should have a park like this.”

Students from Royal Palm School helped cut the ribbon and invited all to come and join in the fun!