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Photo gallery: Children unwrap unique Imagination Playground gift in South Salt Lake

Published: Saturday, Aug. 29 2015 3:35 a.m. MDT

Katie Rottman plans out her Imagination Playground creation after scores of children unboxed the foam blocks and loose parts at the Columbus Center in South Salt Lake, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The city was awarded the playground, a first of its kind in Utah, by KaBOOM in a grant funded by the Walt Disney Company. The playground contains large foam blocks and loose parts for children to transform into their own worlds and will be located in the three city-owned Community Learning Centers and also set up at community events. (Ben Brewer, Deseret News) Katie Rottman plans out her Imagination Playground creation after scores of children unboxed the foam blocks and loose parts at the Columbus Center in South Salt Lake, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The city was awarded the playground, a first of its kind in Utah, by KaBOOM in a grant funded by the Walt Disney Company. The playground contains large foam blocks and loose parts for children to transform into their own worlds and will be located in the three city-owned Community Learning Centers and also set up at community events. (Ben Brewer, Deseret News)

SOUTH SALT LAKE — Children begin to play with the Imagination Playground foam blocks and loose parts at the Columbus Center in South Salt Lake, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012.

The city was awarded the playground, a first of its kind in Utah, by KaBOOM in a grant funded by the Walt Disney Company. The playground contains large foam blocks and loose parts for children to transform into their own worlds and will be located in the three city-owned Community Learning Centers and also set up at community events.

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