Sungduan: Playground

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A PLAYGROUND with standard equipment where school children can play freely and boost their development will soon rise in a rural elementary school in Sison, Pangsinan.

Rotary Club of Metro Baguio and Rotary Club of Kelso Scottish Borders have joined hands for the implementation and realization of the project that will benefit the students of Tara Tara Elementary School.

Recently, members and officers of RCMB headed by incoming president Jerry Chan, past president Feliza Ronquillo with project coordinator Audrey Sungduan personally went to the area to conduct a site inspection and coordination with the school heads and faculty.

The proposal to put up a playground in the area came from Rotary Club of Kelso Scotland represented by Rtn. Ian Mckirdy who has a soft spot for the said area.

Rotary Park playground project intends to help the school children experience fond memories in school and opportunities for physical, emotional, and social development.

The proposed project will include a multi-purpose play area court and a playground with rubberized floor area to protect the kids from any accidents.

The facility will be helpful for the development of the children as they will also be exposed to other kids and different physical challenges.

RCMB president Ofelia Villanueva hopes the project will be implemented the soonest time possible.

Children need a playground to learn essential skills which modern gadgets don’t provide.

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