WCH opens playground equipment locally


The City of Washington Court House opened its playground equipment at its parks this week for the first time since COVID-19 shut down many public places. At Eyman Park, employees of the city finished reopening by lowering the swings and removing the signs at the entrance.

The City of Washington Court House opened its playground equipment at its parks this week for the first time since COVID-19 shut down many public places. At Eyman Park, employees of the city finished reopening by lowering the swings and removing the signs at the entrance.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photo

The City of Washington Court House opened its playground equipment at its parks this week for the first time since COVID-19 shut down many public places. At Eyman Park, employees of the city finished reopening by lowering the swings and removing the signs at the entrance.

The City of Washington Court House opened its playground equipment at its parks this week for the first time since COVID-19 shut down many public places. At Eyman Park, employees of the city finished reopening by lowering the swings and removing the signs at the entrance.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_IMG_20200611_123002994.jpgThe City of Washington Court House opened its playground equipment at its parks this week for the first time since COVID-19 shut down many public places. At Eyman Park, employees of the city finished reopening by lowering the swings and removing the signs at the entrance. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photo