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Cranberry CUP Kids Castle in Community Park reopens

Colin Cataldi, 7, plays after the ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon, May 25, at the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle
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The community came together Thursday, May 25, to recognize the reopening of Cranberry CUP Kids Castle playground in Cranberry Community Park, 111 Ernie Mashuda Drive, Cranberry Township.

The grand reopening of the newly renovated Cranberry CUP Kids Castle included a new playground apparatus, kid-size zip line, new expanded surface space and a grand entrance way.

The event featured students from the Seneca Valley School District who displayed a handmade paper chain to celebrate the official grand reopening.

The project was the Cranberry Township Community Chest’s 2022 project of the year.

Preston Millay, 7, of Cranberry Township, rides the zip line Thursday afternoon, May 25, at the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle
Bruce Mazzoni, president of Cranberry Township Community Chest, speaks at the ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon, May 25, at the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle
Many people came to the ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon, May 25, at the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle
Rebecca Hester, the kindergarten through fourth grade Purpose Program teacher from Rowan Elementary School, holds up thank you cards Thursday, May 25, from the students during the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle
Anthony Bertolino, president of Cranberry CUP, speaks Thursday, May 25, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle
Alexandra Haas, human resources manager of Kawneer, speaks Thursday, May 25, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle
The kindergarten through fourth grade Purpose Program students from Rowan Elementary School stand ready to cut the ribbon Thursday, May 25, to open the Kids Castle playground at Cranberry Community Park. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle

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