• Tahlequah opens park for children with special needs

    By: Paris Holmes

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    TULSA, Okla. - QUICK FACTS:

    • Tahlequah's Anthis-Brennan Sports Complex has opened an all-inclusive park for children with physical and mental disabilities.
    • The project is a collaboration with the City of Tahlequah and the Leadership Tahlequah class of 2019. The groups raised more than $100,000 to build the park.
    • The park is handicap accessible so children can get around the park in their wheelchairs.
    • Families told FOX23 that the park is important because it allows kids with special needs to play with other kids who have same needs.

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