CHEYENNE INGLISH, left, and Carina Baxter enjoy the El Dorado Hills Community Services District's new NEOS 360 electronic, outdoor play equipment that was recently installed behind the Teen Center. Photo by Julie Samrick


High-tech game gets kids moving

By From page B2 | September 08, 2014

“It feels like a video game but it takes so much physical exertion,” said El Dorado Hills Community Services District Youth Development Coordinator Whitney Kahn of the NEOS 360, a deluxe piece of electronic play equipment installed behind the Teen Center earlier this month.

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