Former Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes brought Rotarians up to speed on the progress of Savannah’s Playground. The playground recently introduced its second phase which offers an additional play section and more than $400,000 worth of new playground equipment.
Savannah’s Playground, which officially opened Labor Day 2016, features ADA-approved playground equipment and structures designed to provide children of all abilities the opportunity for social interaction. The brainchild of John Rhodes, and named for Savannah Thompson, it is located at Grand Park in The Market Common.
Photo: (l-r) Don Hovis, President of the Rotary Club of Myrtle Beach, John Rhodes, and Mary Jeffcoat, Rotarian and Myrtle Beach City Councilwoman