A child climbed the wall in October 2011 at a new playground at the Russell School Community Services Center on Toner Street, which reopened for children in Head Start and Early Head Start programs.  Charles Bertram | 2011 staff file photo
A child climbed the wall in October 2011 at a new playground at the Russell School Community Services Center on Toner Street, which reopened for children in Head Start and Early Head Start programs. Charles Bertram | 2011 staff file photo Lexington Herald-Leader
A child climbed the wall in October 2011 at a new playground at the Russell School Community Services Center on Toner Street, which reopened for children in Head Start and Early Head Start programs. Charles Bertram | 2011 staff file photo Lexington Herald-Leader

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