Ava Newton and Maggie Mulcahy saw their designs take shape on Saturday after months of anticipation.
SPRING LAKE — As kindergartners paraded along the hallways and sidewalk, they chanted, “We can read!”
Skilled volunteers and individuals who can help assist them are especially needed Saturday and Sunday to build the new Imagination Station at Mulligan’s Hollow.
A former Muskegon-area holiday favorite is slated to greet mall visitors with the help of the Fruitport High School robotics team.
School: Holmes Elementary
Volunteers continued to work on the new Imagination Station in Mulligan’s Hollow on Wednesday despite rain most of the day.
While volunteers build the new Imagination Station, items for a time capsule to be planted at the new play space are being collected. Families are asked to contribute items that will help capture 2018.
First thing Tuesday morning, volunteers got to work to make the new play space at Grand Haven’s Mulligan’s Hollow take shape.
Local kids designed new play area.
Community leaders, residents, children and donors officially kicked off “Build Week” with a groundbreaking ceremony Monday night.