Kiwanis Club receives gift from Stay and Play coordinator
From left, Katie Fusilier Rather, Kelly Meadows, and Johnny Trahan.
The Kiwanis Club of Orange, was recently recognized by Kelly Meadows, Director of Health Services for the LCM school district and Stay and Play Project Coordinator, for their multiple monetary contributions to the fully inclusive playground at Little Cypress Intermediate. Kelly Meadows presented a wooden plaque with the Stay and Play logo to Club President, Katie Fusilier Rather and Immediate Past President, Johnny Trahan.
Meadows says Stage two construction will begin at the end of June with the pouring of the sidewalk and the rubberized surface, along with the installation of the equipment.
Stage three will include adding a pavilion and security cameras. To donate to Stage three of the Stay and Play Recreational Area, please contact Kelly Meadows at email@example.com.