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Annandale Elementary School

Annandale, MN USA

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To match its new school building, this elementary school in Annandale, Minn., installed two new playgrounds. The result matches their request for playstructures that are physically challenging and make kids think. Before, during and after school, kids flock to both the PlayBooster® playstructure and the Evos® playsystem where kids ages 5 to 12 find opportunities for climbing, spinning, jumping, sliding and creating their own imaginative play. A personalized sign featuring the school’s mascot provides a sense of community. Speaking of community, parents, teachers, citizens and the Annandale Lions Club all turned out to help build both playground areas.


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  • $200K-$500K+

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This video features the new playground built by the community and local Lions club at the Annandale Elementary School.

[video: fade to Red Peterson talking to camera.] Red Peterson Lions Member: We needed a playground out here for this brand-new school and we didn't just want a regular playground we wanted a playground that challenges kids that makes them physically challenged emotionally challenged and makes them think.

[video: camera fades to black, text appears. Text reads, this past summer, The Annandale Lions along with teachers, parents, neighbors and friends all came together for a playground community build.]

[video: fades in to a class of children running to the playground. Many children play all around the playground. Three girls climb to the top of a hemisphere climber. Camera close up of young girl climbing on the outer bar of the hemisphere climber. A young boy slides down the roller slide, a group of children wait in line to go down the roller slide. A young boy swings from wheel to wheel on the triple ring fling. A crowded playground is covered in children climbing and playing. Three children work together to spin a group of boys sitting in the Omni spinner.]

[video: camera top down view of three children sliding down the cloud burst slide. Camera back to Red talking.]

Red Peterson: I think my favorite part was the bar was set high and that's the kind of project that we like.

Red voiceover: The school has a high standard on building a new building. Landscape Structures has very high standards on the products the material the tolerances that they were using and the lions like those kinds of projects.

[video: elevated view of children playing on wobble pods. A group of children stand around the saddle spinner seats as a boy and girl individually spin. Camera close up of young girl being spun on saddle spinner seat. Camera close up of cargo net ropes and connectors as a young boy climbs on them. Camera back to Red speaking to the camera.]

[video: Steve Niklaus speaks to the camera.]

Steve Niklaus Superintendent of Annandale Schools: Community loves it because this playground is used in the morning before school.

Steve Niklaus voice over: It's used throughout the school day particularly heavily at the noon hour is used in the evenings people come to bring their kids here right from the start as being a huge hit for the community.]

[video: a large group of children spin on the Omni spin. A of boys climb on the funnel climber net. A young boy sticks his head up in front of the camera and smiles. Close up of children’s legs as they walk across a clatter bridge. Three children slide down the could burst slide together towards camera. A young boy sits on the sky rail climber smiling and looking at the camera. Camera back to Red talking.]

Red: If you drive by here anytime and there are dozens or maybe hundred kids out here learning and playing and having a good time.

[video: Full view of entire play area with a large class of children playing all around. Camera pans left to right of a group of children sitting and standing on a Swiggle Stix bridge and looking at the camera. Camera close up of a group of kids all hanging and swinging rung to rung on a horizontal ladder.]

Skip Hall voiceover: You can hear behind me the noise and the chatter going on its continuing it's fun to come down the street and see kids swarming over this equipment.

[video: close up of a child’s tennis shoes as they stand on a cargo net rope. A young girl smiles sways back and forth towards the camera on a bobble rider. Skip Hall lion’s member speaking to camera.]

[video: two young boys sit and bounce back and forth on the tuff riders fire engine spring rider. Young boy slides down small slide towards camera. Camera follows children from the side as they walk up playground steps to a slide. Camera follows young girl through C-Crawl tunnel. A young boy squeezes by the girl in the tunnel. A young boy puts his face to the periscope panel to look across the playground. Close up of a young boy’s face as he holds onto a talk tub and shouts into it. Camera pulls back to a full view of the playground with children playing. Fade to black.]

[video: fade in from black to two girls single file sliding down the roller slide. A girl climbs up a ladder to playground decking where there is a red permalene panel that reads Annandale elementary, and an image of the school cardinal mascot. Two children sit on top of the cozy dome and smile at the camera. A group of children chase a ball as they play and shoot at a drop shot basket. Camera close up the back of a red landscape structures shirt. It reads better playgrounds, better world. A young girl flips herself around a chin up bar while her friend holds herself up next to her on the bar.]

[video: camera full view of half basketball court with children playing basketball with the playground behind them. Fade to Landscape Structures logo.]

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