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From Institutional to Inspiring Learning Area Before and After Pictures
After: Colorful, educational play area with repainted basketball and four square lines plus maps of USA and World Before: faded, institutional looking area
Before: Faded and splintered wood plus broken swings After: Wood sanded, stained and new safe swings installed
Before: grassy open area After: Fun sandbox with seating
Before: grassy open area next to alley After: Colorful sensory crayon garden After: Raised veggie garden Back Fence of Property
After: Colorful, sculpted hosta and mum garden with salvaged crayon post accents Side of Friendly Center facing asphalt Before: Overgrown side garden
After: Inviting pergola covered paver patio Before: No seating area
After: Looking shiny and new Before: Looking sad and dilapidated
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Looking east Above ground spa and wood deck to be removed and lines capped Wood fence to be reconnected Wood fence to be removed Patio cover to.
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