Children playing tetherball at the new Saluda School playground. (photo submitted by Lynn Montgomery)

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Saluda School playground dedication

Published 10:13am Friday, September 16, 2011

On Aug. 23, during Parents’ Night at Saluda School, phase two of the new playground was dedicated. Principal Ronette Dill and Tryon Kiwanis Club President Steve Cobb presented a plaque, which will be mounted near the playground. The plaque reads: “Our school community appreciates the contributions made by Tryon Kiwanis Club, Saluda Elementary PTSO, parents and community volunteers. It is our hope that this playground will be a place for carefree fun and laughter for the children of Saluda.” As the pictures show, carefree fun is already happening. (photos and article submitted by Lynn Montgomery)

Principal Ronette Dill (left) and Tryon Kiwanis Club President Steve Cobb (right) presenting the plaque. (photo submitted)

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