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In need of a neighborhood place for children and adults to stay active and spend time together outdoors, Wichita, Kansas, built a playground to meet both requirements. In the first installment of our new "Livable How-To" series, learn how residents, the local government, business community and AARP worked together to make the park a reality — and a great place for people of all ages.

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