Williamstown's Handicapped-Accessible Park Project Ramps Up

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WILLIAMSTOWN, N.J. -

After two years of fundraising, a local organization is finally ready to begin building a new playground in Williamstown.

On Tuesday, October 31st, members of the Williamstown Sunrise Rotary Club broke ground to officially begin the construction of a new handicapped-accessible playground in the Mary Duffy Field Park in Williamstown.

The project started two years ago, and with the help of members from the community, Sunrise Rotary was able to meet its goal of $175,000 to build the playground.

The new playground will be constructed by community volunteers under the direction of a major construction company.

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