Sisters Holly Dye, 5, front and Penny Merrigan, 2, back, play on a slide during a dedication for Mount Merrill, a playground with an artificial hill for kids to climb on, in Durham Central Park on Saturday. The hill is a memorial for Merrill Davis, the manager of a neighborhood garden store who died in a car crash in 2012.
Sisters Holly Dye, 5, front and Penny Merrigan, 2, back, play on a slide during a dedication for Mount Merrill, a playground with an artificial hill for kids to climb on, in Durham Central Park on Saturday. The hill is a memorial for Merrill Davis, the manager of a neighborhood garden store who died in a car crash in 2012. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Sisters Holly Dye, 5, front and Penny Merrigan, 2, back, play on a slide during a dedication for Mount Merrill, a playground with an artificial hill for kids to climb on, in Durham Central Park on Saturday. The hill is a memorial for Merrill Davis, the manager of a neighborhood garden store who died in a car crash in 2012. jhknight@newsobserver.com

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