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Working on what will be bongo drums are, left to right, Mutual Federal representative and Kiwanis member Scott Smith, of Sidney, Detailed Machining Inc. representative Matt Tackett, of Covington, and Kiwanis member Lori Humphrey, of Sidney. The three were helping to construct the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.

Working on what will be bongo drums are, left to right, Mutual Federal representative and Kiwanis member Scott Smith, of Sidney, Detailed Machining Inc. representative Matt Tackett, of Covington, and Kiwanis member Lori Humphrey, of Sidney. The three were helping to construct the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

DWA Recreation volunteer Jackson Greiwe, of Harrison, works on a Rox All See Saw at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jim Renner, left, of Sidney, and Detailed Machining representative Jason Clayton, of Dayton, work on a slide at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, works under merry-go-round type playground equipment at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jessica Guillozet, of Sidney, takes a photo of her initials that she drew in wet cement at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees Jeremy Dearth, left, and CJ Kenner, both of Sidney, move the rock and raft after discovering it needed to be lower in the ground at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee CJ Keener, left, holds a guiding piece of string while Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, paints a white line on the ground as they prepared to dig at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. To the left is what will be a series of chimes children will be able to play with when the park is finished.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, looks at the blueprints for the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, moves a piece of playground equipment while constructing the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Talking about how to lower the depth of the rock and raft are city of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees, left to right, CJ Keener, and Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier, who is also a member of the Sidney Rotary Club. The men were working on the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A view through a color wheel of the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park under construction on Thursday, Sept. 19. The color wheel cover the ground with different colors and spin once put in place. The park has been designed as a safe place for kids with disabilities to play.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Working on what will be bongo drums are, left to right, Mutual Federal representative and Kiwanis member Scott Smith, of Sidney, Detailed Machining Inc. representative Matt Tackett, of Covington, and Kiwanis member Lori Humphrey, of Sidney. The three were helping to construct the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.

DWA Recreation volunteer Jackson Greiwe, of Harrison, works on a Rox All See Saw at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.

City of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jim Renner, left, of Sidney, and Detailed Machining representative Jason Clayton, of Dayton, work on a slide at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.

City of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, works under merry-go-round type playground equipment at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.

Jessica Guillozet, of Sidney, takes a photo of her initials that she drew in wet cement at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees Jeremy Dearth, left, and CJ Kenner, both of Sidney, move the rock and raft after discovering it needed to be lower in the ground at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee CJ Keener, left, holds a guiding piece of string while Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, paints a white line on the ground as they prepared to dig at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. To the left is what will be a series of chimes children will be able to play with when the park is finished.

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, looks at the blueprints for the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, moves a piece of playground equipment while constructing the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.

Talking about how to lower the depth of the rock and raft are city of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees, left to right, CJ Keener, and Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier, who is also a member of the Sidney Rotary Club. The men were working on the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.

A view through a color wheel of the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park under construction on Thursday, Sept. 19. The color wheel cover the ground with different colors and spin once put in place. The park has been designed as a safe place for kids with disabilities to play.

Working on what will be bongo drums are, left to right, Mutual Federal representative and Kiwanis member Scott Smith, of Sidney, Detailed Machining Inc. representative Matt Tackett, of Covington, and Kiwanis member Lori Humphrey, of Sidney. The three were helping to construct the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1007.jpgWorking on what will be bongo drums are, left to right, Mutual Federal representative and Kiwanis member Scott Smith, of Sidney, Detailed Machining Inc. representative Matt Tackett, of Covington, and Kiwanis member Lori Humphrey, of Sidney. The three were helping to construct the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

DWA Recreation volunteer Jackson Greiwe, of Harrison, works on a Rox All See Saw at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1088.jpgDWA Recreation volunteer Jackson Greiwe, of Harrison, works on a Rox All See Saw at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jim Renner, left, of Sidney, and Detailed Machining representative Jason Clayton, of Dayton, work on a slide at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1121.jpgCity of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jim Renner, left, of Sidney, and Detailed Machining representative Jason Clayton, of Dayton, work on a slide at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, works under merry-go-round type playground equipment at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1182.jpgCity of Sidney Park and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, works under merry-go-round type playground equipment at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jessica Guillozet, of Sidney, takes a photo of her initials that she drew in wet cement at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1219.jpgJessica Guillozet, of Sidney, takes a photo of her initials that she drew in wet cement at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Thursday, Sept. 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees Jeremy Dearth, left, and CJ Kenner, both of Sidney, move the rock and raft after discovering it needed to be lower in the ground at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1295.jpgCity of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees Jeremy Dearth, left, and CJ Kenner, both of Sidney, move the rock and raft after discovering it needed to be lower in the ground at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee CJ Keener, left, holds a guiding piece of string while Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, paints a white line on the ground as they prepared to dig at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. To the left is what will be a series of chimes children will be able to play with when the park is finished.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1341.jpgCity of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee CJ Keener, left, holds a guiding piece of string while Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, paints a white line on the ground as they prepared to dig at the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. To the left is what will be a series of chimes children will be able to play with when the park is finished. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, looks at the blueprints for the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1343.jpgCity of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, looks at the blueprints for the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

City of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, moves a piece of playground equipment while constructing the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1350.jpgCity of Sidney Parks and Recreation employee Jeremy Dearth, of Sidney, moves a piece of playground equipment while constructing the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Talking about how to lower the depth of the rock and raft are city of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees, left to right, CJ Keener, and Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier, who is also a member of the Sidney Rotary Club. The men were working on the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_1417.jpgTalking about how to lower the depth of the rock and raft are city of Sidney Parks and Recreation employees, left to right, CJ Keener, and Jeremy Dearth, both of Sidney, and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier, who is also a member of the Sidney Rotary Club. The men were working on the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park on Friday, Sept. 20. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A view through a color wheel of the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park under construction on Thursday, Sept. 19. The color wheel cover the ground with different colors and spin once put in place. The park has been designed as a safe place for kids with disabilities to play.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_SDN092119ParkPhotoPage.jpgA view through a color wheel of the Kiwanis-Rotary All Inclusive Park at Tawawa Park under construction on Thursday, Sept. 19. The color wheel cover the ground with different colors and spin once put in place. The park has been designed as a safe place for kids with disabilities to play. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News