Chief Peta’s playground complete, party Friday

Artist concept for Chief Peta Playgrounds by Leathers. (Courtesy)

By DANI BLACKBURN
At 6 p.m. Friday a flood of children will burst through paper chains made by their little hands to thank donors and volunteers who completed Chief Peta’s Playground at Enid Justin Park.
Phase Two of the playground was completed this past weekend and it will be celebrated from 6-8 p.m. with a party and ribbon cutting. The celebration will include free popcorn, two food trucks on site, face painting, and lots of fun on the new equipment.
“It feels amazing to have the project completed. It’s the best thing to be out there and here the kids giggling, running and squealing and thanking us for their new playground,” said Sarah Renfro, project coordinator.

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Volunteers have worked diligently during the past week building phase two of the new Chief Peta’s Playground in Nocona located at Enid Justin Park. (Photo by Kayla Jean Woods)