Toms River signs lease to create recreational facility for special needs children and adults (PHOTOS)

The Township of Toms River entered into a lease agreement with the Toms River Field of Dreams project to lease a portion of Township-owned Bey Lea Park for $1 per year for the purposes of constructing a recreational facility for special-needs and disabled children and adults.

Mayor Kelaher signed the lease agreement with Christian Kane, the Toms River father who started the project, where special needs children like his son Gavin can play in an all-inclusive complex.

The facility will include a playground and other multiple physical and cognitive environments which create and recognize everyone’s right to fully participate in equitable play. This inclusive complex intentionally addresses the physical and social inclusion of people of all ages and abilities.

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