You can leave your name at the Legacy Play Village, thanks to Advanced Technology Center instructor Dewayne Wallace and more than 50 LISD students.
Using computer technology, your name can be engraved on a picket. It is then sanded down, painted and sanded again. The final product will be placed around the outside of the playground. The pickets cost $25. All the money raised goes to the Legacy Play Village. You can buy a picket by calling 791-KIDS or picking up a volunteer form at most American State Banks. Construction of the play village starts in October.
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