2013-09-05 / Sports

Playing to keep

Big Bay de Noc School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently to celebrate the completion of phase one of its playground project. The playground was constructed using sinking fund dollars – money collected from local taxpayers. Instrumental in the playground’s construction were a playground committee, along with the children of the school, former Superintendent Bill Pistulka said during the ceremony. Above, back row, from left to right, newly hired Superintendent Ken Groh, Marti

Grothe, school board Vice President Craig Knudson, and Pistulka. Front row: first grader Dixie Morris, who cut the ceremonial ribbon. At right, children enjoy the playground’s offerings following the ceremony.



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