Mavs guard J.J. Barea enjoys the new slide at the Anderson ChildCare Center in Dallas.
The Dallas Mavericks became play makers for a child care center.
Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Barea was on hand to dedicate the play area.
The new equipment, worth an estimated $40,000, will provide the Center’s 120 preschoolers with a safe place to play. Children are on-site for 8-10 hours a day, so outdoor play and exercise are essential components of the Anderson Center’s family-focused child care.
Work completed by Child’s Play, Inc. of Dallas included the installation of a 2,600 square foot playground system featuring a new play structure and swing set, new playground borders and wood fiber surfacing.
The playground equipment integrates the Mavericks team colors of blue, silver and black.