Tatum Smaldone, 5, right, visited the sprayground for the first time Tuesday, Aug. 30, with her mother, Allison, and three siblings. She enjoyed standing under one of several fountain-like water features at the park.
Tatum Smaldone, 5, right, visited the sprayground for the first time Tuesday, Aug. 30, with her mother, Allison, and three siblings. She enjoyed standing under one of several fountain-like water features at the park. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Tatum Smaldone, 5, right, visited the sprayground for the first time Tuesday, Aug. 30, with her mother, Allison, and three siblings. She enjoyed standing under one of several fountain-like water features at the park. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

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