Ruth Fleck and her daughter Miranda, who has cerebral palsy, are hoping to get a Liberty Swing installed in a park in Bellefonte. Currently there isn't anything at Governor's Park that Miranda can enjoy, but a swing that her wheelchair would lock into would change that.
Ruth Fleck and her daughter Miranda, who has cerebral palsy, are hoping to get a Liberty Swing installed in a park in Bellefonte. Currently there isn't anything at Governor's Park that Miranda can enjoy, but a swing that her wheelchair would lock into would change that. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com
Ruth Fleck and her daughter Miranda, who has cerebral palsy, are hoping to get a Liberty Swing installed in a park in Bellefonte. Currently there isn't anything at Governor's Park that Miranda can enjoy, but a swing that her wheelchair would lock into would change that. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com

Liberty Swing is on its way to Bellefonte

May 05, 2017 07:42 AM

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