A Madison parent group hopes to build the state's first "boundless playground." That's a playground fully accessible to all kids — including those with wheelchairs and other disabilities. Darcy Burke with the Elvehjem Playground Improvement Committee says they've gotten close to that goal; by placing as finalists in a contest sponsored by Playskool and Hasbro. The grand prize: a $300,000 boundless playground. If the group wins, they'd have the first such playground in Wisconsin. If not, they'll keep on fundraising. The committee is hoping supporters from around Wisconsin will sign on in support at their website .


AUDIO: Bob Hague reports (:65 MP3)

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