Growing a Legacy Lawn: New playground benefits youngster with blood disorder

Matthew Blacketer, 6, in the blue cap, takes part in a game of Duck, Duck, Goose on the new Legacy Lawn playground at the Christian Academy of Prescott. Matthew’s medical condition prevents him from playing outside on hard surfaces without wearing a helmet and kneepads.
Photo by Sue Tone.

Matthew Blacketer, 6, in the blue cap, takes part in a game of Duck, Duck, Goose on the new Legacy Lawn playground at the Christian Academy of Prescott. Matthew’s medical condition prevents him from playing outside on hard surfaces without wearing a helmet and kneepads.

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