Group raises funds for accessible play

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A nonprofit group planning specialized, handicapped-accessible playgrounds for Camden County has shifted the site of its first project to Cherry Hill, organizer Jim Cummings said.
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Ron

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Feb 23, 2009
I agree with the community resistance. Its a nice quiet park now and does not need to be disturbed.

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