Slideshow | Clayton Playground ribbon cutting ceremony

Josh Diener, 7, enjoys the new toys at Clayton Playground.  - Brett Cihon
Josh Diener, 7, enjoys the new toys at Clayton Playground.
— image credit: Brett Cihon

Clayton Playground officially opened Tuesday afternoon.

The playground on Dwight Street was refurbished with new toys. A swing set, a three-person bounce station and an 8-foot climbing wall were all added to the park. The playground was closed for much of the winter, reopening in April to the public.

Port Orchard Mayor Tim Matthes and City Council members Fred Chang and Carolyn Powers attended the ribbon cutting ceremony.


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