Steadfast Delights is helping to raise funds to build a handicapped-accessible playground. According to parents at Nisley, they say it will cost almost $200,000 to build. Steadfast Delights held a fundraiser on Friday and say they will donate 15 percent of sales to help with the fundraising for the handicap accessible playground.

This all started because of Archer, Archer is confined in a wheelchair and is only able to watch the other kids play. Hopefully, with your help, Archer can begin playing with the other kids in the new playground.

The playground is located at and some students sold cotton candy and kettle corn in front of the store on Friday.

A page has been set up to help with the project and you can get more details by logging on here.

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