Students Open New South Shore Stars Playground in Randolph

RANDOLPH — Students at the nonprofit South Shore Stars Randolph Preschool location held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new playground last week.

Wearing hard hats and wielding toy shovels, they dug into the cool dirt that will eventually house a new $250,000 playground paid for by the Early Education and After-School Capital Improvement Fund. ‘State. The grant program is intended to help organizations renovate child care centers that primarily serve low-income families.

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Theresa Jordan, director of the Children’s Investment Fund at the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation, Sen. Walter Timilty (D-Milton) and Rep. Bill Driscoll Jr. (D-Boston) attended the inauguration.

South Shore Stars is a nonprofit organization that provides early childhood education and youth development programs for communities south of Boston. He has served children of all ages for over 50 years.

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Harold B. McConnell