The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors has donated $4,500 to help fund the Special Needs Accessible Playground three-phase facility in Hartselle.
The SNAP facility serves as a playground for children of all ages and abilities and is in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
The first two phases and part of phase III are already completed. The grand entrance is nearing completion and construction on the main playground is expect to begin in the spring.
SNAP spokesman Jack Templeton said the playground will serve about 1,700 mentally challenged children in Morgan County. NAIFA raised the funds from its annual charity golf tournament on Aug. 13 at Burningtree Country Club.
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