Openshaw Memorial Playground
“This will be something that would represent Amy and the family and be good for the community,” Kaufusi said. “She always was very inclusive.” “She loved to gather people,” Paxman said, indicating the playground and memorial would also serve as a gathering place for generations.
The playground says a lot about the community, according to Wolfley. He said people generously stepped up and answered the call to make the playground real with labor and $575,000 in contributions. Among the swing sets, slides and other attractions, there are numerous play structures painted as a castle, beehive, train and other buildings. Several of the buildings hearken back to Orem's past.
Landscape for Basketball Practice Facility
Front landscapes for 12 homes
Baseball field warning track
Special needs patio & pavers
Boys & Girls Club