“It’s sad to see babies in this condition, but I’m trying to give back,” a woman named Wonder Osborne said as she fed a tiny infant from a bottle. “My heart goes out to these children.” Osborne is one of a group of volunteers who assist specifically in the Anniston hospital’s program to help babies born with opioid withdrawals.

School Principal Adam Dasinger said the playground had been made possible thanks to volunteers and a grant from the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education. That department contains the office of school readiness, which set the specifications under which the playground had to be built.

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