Construction to begin on Hollis playground
The project, which will also include a revamped version of the playground next door to the Hollis Social Library, is expected to be completed by late fall, town officials said during Monday night’s Board of Selectmen meeting.
Over the past three months, project organizers have been selling personalized bricks to be installed on the new play area. As of this month, well over 150 bricks had been purchased by citizens, area businesses and organizations.
By early August, the Hollis Park Project had raised $50,000, which was $10,000 more than their initial fundraising goal.To follow the project’s progress, visit www.hollisplays.org or the Hollis Parks Project page on Facebook.
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