2017-09-29 / Community

Time to play



Skillin School first grader Nehemiah Plummer, flanked by South Portland Mayor Patti Smith, left, and Lisa Munderback, past president of Congregation Bet Ha'am, does the honors during a ribbon cutting ceremony September 14 to open the new public playground in Sawyer Park, at the corner of Main and Westbrook streets. The $56,000 project, spearheaded by the South Portland Land Trust, was made possible by the members of Bet Ha’am, the Jewish temple located next door, which raised more than $100,000 to support maintenance of the park. (Rob Sellin courtesy photo) Skillin School first grader Nehemiah Plummer, flanked by South Portland Mayor Patti Smith, left, and Lisa Munderback, past president of Congregation Bet Ha'am, does the honors during a ribbon cutting ceremony September 14 to open the new public playground in Sawyer Park, at the corner of Main and Westbrook streets. The $56,000 project, spearheaded by the South Portland Land Trust, was made possible by the members of Bet Ha’am, the Jewish temple located next door, which raised more than $100,000 to support maintenance of the park. (Rob Sellin courtesy photo)

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