Submitted by WWAY on Wed, 02/27/2008 - 6:03pm.

WILMINGTON -- Kids in one Wilmington after-school program are getting a new playground -- and they're the designers. Kids at the Village at Greenfield resource center drew their dream playgrounds Wednesday. With help from the Home Depot and the non-profit organization Kaboom, one of the playgrounds will become a reality. Parts of all the drawings will be considered when the playground is built on April 19. The kids are excited to have a new place to play. Naulege Johnson, who helped draw the dream playground, said, "We had to create a playground, just a design for our playground. I drew a slide, some monkey bars and a swing set." Volunteers are needed to help build the new playground on April 19. For more information on how you can help contact Robin Colbert at 910-772-9889 or

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