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See it in photos: Wildwood gets Metropark system's first "FitPark"

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    Madison Lindsay, right, takes a turn on the new "FitPark" fitness equipment.

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    Bryan Polce, the Employee Well Being Leader for Mercy, left, talks with Ruthann Sielken of Toledo, center, as she tries out some new fitness equipment.

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    Arnold Koester, center, tries out the FitPark.

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    Ernie Brown of Lambertville, right, tries out new fitness equipment, dubbed a FitPark.

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    Bryan Polce, the Employee Well Being Leader for Mercy, center left, works with Faten Shelton of Sylvania, center right, on FitPark.

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    Area residents test out new fitness equipment, called a FitPark, Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at Wildwood Preserve Metropark in west Toledo.

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    Bryan Polce, the Employee Well Being Leader for Mercy, left, works with Timothy Stelzer of Swanton, right, on his form as he tests out new fitness equipment, called a FitPark, Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at Wildwood Preserve Metropark in west Toledo.

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    Fritz Byers, vice-president of the Board of Park Commissioners, left, and Bob Baxter, president and CEO, Mercy Health Toledo, cut a ribbon to officially open the FitPark.

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    During a dedication ceremony Matt Cleland, deputy director, Metroparks Toledo, delivers his remarks.

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    Fritz Byers, vice-president of the Board of Park Commissioners, delivers his remarks during a dedication ceremony for a new series of exercise equipment, called a FitPark, unveiled Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at Wildwood Preserve Metropark in west Toledo.

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New workout equipment called a “FitPark” was opened Wednesday at Wildwood Preserve Metropark in West Toledo. The Mercy Health Foundation has committed to donate $100,00 a year for each of the next five years to fund the purchase and installation of additional FitParks throughout the park system. The new equipment is located near the Ward Pavilion at Wildwood’s East entrance on W. Central Ave., near Corey Road.

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