(Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

(Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

PHOTO: New PA playground expected before end of summer

PORT ANGELES — Parks Department worker Brooke Keohokaloke, right, hands a drill to coworker Leon Leonard as the pair assemble new playground equipment at Georgiana Park in Port Angeles on Tuesday. The equipment was the result of $148,000 in funding and in-kind labor to buy new playground pieces and a wheelchair-friendly surface for the play area, located a block from Olympic Medical Center. Keohokaloke said the goal was to have the equipment finished and the playground open by the end of summer.

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