PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — In a team effort, a group in Lincoln constructed a new playground Saturday.

Neighbors say it will positively impact the community. Hundreds of volunteers at Creekside Oaks Elementary School in Lincoln banded together to build the new playground.

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When the call for help went out, people from all over the community answered. The old playground was built in 1994, 24 years ago.

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“It was breaking the side had cracks in it, the metal, the rusting, the screws were breaking, so you know … it was time,” said Reno Penders, Principal at the elementary school.

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The school got a great deal of help from Asurea Insurance Services, Forresters Financial, and the playgrounds experts, KaBOOM!