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Photo: Langley City water park reopens with a splash

After an unsuccessful fight with a pair of oversized scissors, Langley dignitaries officially declared the recently refurbished KaBoom accessible playground and spray park in Douglas Park re-opened on July 12. From  left: Langley Pos-Abilities Society director Zosia Ettenberg and her service dog Rumour; City councillors Rosemary Wallace, Teri James, Jack Arnold and Dave Hall; acting City mayor Ted Schaffer; Township mayor Jack Froese; and Langley parks superintendent of operations Len Walters.   - Alyssa O’DELL/Langley Times
After an unsuccessful fight with a pair of oversized scissors, Langley dignitaries officially declared the recently refurbished KaBoom accessible playground and spray park in Douglas Park re-opened on July 12. From left: Langley Pos-Abilities Society director Zosia Ettenberg and her service dog Rumour; City councillors Rosemary Wallace, Teri James, Jack Arnold and Dave Hall; acting City mayor Ted Schaffer; Township mayor Jack Froese; and Langley parks superintendent of operations Len Walters.
— image credit: Alyssa O’DELL/Langley Times
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