Ribbon Cutting Planned for Survivor Playscape

Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Planned for Survivor Playscape
Posted on 11/20/2023
Playground with a rustic wooden playscape designed to mimic a natural environment. The main feature is a large, uneven wooden fence with vertical logs of varying heights and thicknesses. 11/20/2023 - On Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 1 p.m., Howell Public Schools, Genoa Township, and Michigan Recreational Construction will celebrate the completion of Survivor Playscape with a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Through Howell High School's annual Senior Survivor fundraiser, students raised more than $450,000 to help fund the construction of the inclusive playground. Genoa Township and Michigan Recreational Construction also contributed to covering the cost of the new playscape at Genoa Township Park.

Survivor Playscape allows individuals of all abilities to learn, play, and explore together. This nature-inspired playscape features natural elements and textures such as logs, stumps, ropes, boulders, and plants. While playing at Senior Survivor Playground, children will develop physical, imagination, and problem-solving skills through self-directed play.

The ceremonial ribbon will be cut by the 2021 and 2022 Senior Survivors, who collectively raise more than $450,000 to help fund the playscape. All attendees will be invited to explore the new playscape after the ribbon cutting.