Andrea Libby, second from left, celebrates the opening Wednesday of Jude’s Place at Marcotte Park with her friend Jesse Buck following a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Lewiston. Libby and her husband, state Sen. Nate Libby, far right, gathered with about 70 people to officially open the universally accessible playground named after Nate Libby’s son, Jude Malloy, on swing, who has cerebral palsy. Jude, now 9, was 3 when the initial application for the Shane’s Inspiration contest was submitted to help fund the park. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

State Sen. Nate Libby and his wife, Andrea, push Nate’s son, Jude Malloy, during the official opening Wednesday of Jude’s Place at Marcotte Park in Lewiston. About 70 people gathered for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the universally accessible playground named after Jude Malloy, who has cerebral palsy. Malloy, now 9, was 3 when the initial application for the Shane’s Inspiration contest was submitted to help fund the park. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)


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