Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 3:36 am (Updated: February 12, 4:00 am)
ISSUE: People making a difference OUR VIEW: It begins with an idea
When you see a need, act upon it.
That’s the life lesson from Rachel Ritchie, 9, who thinks the playground equipment at Optimist Park in her hometown of Vine Grove should be accessible to all.
Rachel recently carried her message to a meeting of Vine Grove City Council.
“I have an idea to get playground equipment for the disabled kids in Vine Grove,” the third-grader said.
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