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New Play Equipment at Hulett Park, Fulton

FULTON – On Thursday, September 10, three new play components will be added to the Skyport Climber that was installed at Hulett Park in July.

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Volunteers sought to help with park work.

Friends of Fulton Parks is working with Parkitects, Inc., play equipment designers and distributors based in Lansing NY, and the city of Fulton to dig postholes, cement supports, and assemble components.

Volunteers are invited to help dig, cement, ratchet, and rake from 8 a.m. until finished.

Construction supplies were donated by Northern Ace Home Center, general manager Mike Browngardt.

To allow the cement to properly set, this play equipment will be closed for use until the ribbon cutting ceremony on September 14 at 3:30 p.m.