Pine Lawn Playground

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Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (photo courtesy: Mollie Tavel)
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Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
Kids
Kids
Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (photo courtesy: Mollie Tavel)
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Overhead
Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (photo courtesy: Mollie Tavel)
Planning
Planning
Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (photo courtesy: Mollie Tavel)
Playground
Playground
Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (photo courtesy: Mollie Tavel)
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Nearly 400 volunteers came together in Pine Lawn, Mo. on Saturday October 12, 2013 for the Humana KaBOOM! playground build at the Barack Obama Elementary School. This playground, funded by Humana and designed by the children and parents that attend the elementary school, was built in 6 hours total. (photo courtesy: Mollie Tavel)
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