Extreme home make-over, playground edition, swept North Boundary Park, Cranberry Township recently, thanks to the Pennsylvania Municipal League representatives, national non-profit organization KaBOOM!, local Cranberry Township community members and Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania employees. In just one day, a total of approximately 200 volunteers rallied together to construct a new playground for the benefit of local children and families.

“Much like Columbia Gas, we believe all kids deserve safe places to play within their communities,” said Holli Hugendubler Pennsylvania Municipal League (PML) Communications Manager. “The Cranberry playspace is the tenth playground project PML, local communities and partners have successfully built since 2010.” 

“We are humbled to be one of one of those community partners,” said Andy Tubbs Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania Vice President, External & Customer Affairs. “Through everyone working together – in a single day – we were able to help construct a brand new, safe playground for kids and families in the Cranberry community.” 

Non-profit KaBOOM!, believes that community well-being starts with the health of our kids. Last year, the non-profit organization built their 3,000th playground across the United States and they aren’t stopping there. The organization is continuously dedicated to bringing balanced activity and play into the daily lives of youth through safe playspaces.

For more information on Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania’s commitment to community support, please visit ColumbiaGasPA.com/givingback.

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