The Memorial School playground was closed in September after it was deemed unsafe.
FINCOM recently approved $100,000 to help improve the dilapidated playground.
But to help keep the costs down, Principal Matthew Joseph has gathered volunteers who are helping rebuild the area.
"To increase the amount of funds dedicated to the play structure, Memorial will be forming a volunteer team to remove current playground equipment," he said in a news blast. "This cost savings will help add additional equipment to the kindergarten playground."
Memorial School already has nine volunteers and will welcome more.
"We will be removing the swings, club house, and current play structure," Joseph said. "This removal will be on Friday, Oct. 25, from 9 - 12."
If you are interested in helping Click this link to sign up for the Playground Take Down Team. Anyone with chainsaws, pipe cutters, or other structure removal equipment is welcome to join.