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The spaceball has landed at Hume elementary

New spaceball has landed at Hume Elementary. - Kevin Mills Photo
New spaceball has landed at Hume Elementary.
— image credit: Kevin Mills Photo

Grade 2 students from Hume elementary had their first chance, on Wednesday morning, to play on the new Berliner Spaceball that has been installed at the front of the school.

The climbing structure is an ambitious, $50,000 project that began back in the Fall of 2012.

The Hume School Parent Advisory Committee began organizing fundraisers and filling out grant applications to make this idea a reality.

A checkerboard style sponsors recognition plaque is located on the ground, beside the new structure.

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