Thursday Jun 18 2009 comments Play for All park By: By Don Chaddock / The Telegraph -A +A Don Chaddock / The TelegraphChris Tait, left, discusses plans for the Play for All park with Terry McNeil during a community meeting Wednesday evening at the Folsom Community Center. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphDane Schweitzer, right, said a park accessible to those with disabilities is important. He attended the community meeting with his daughter, Olivia, 4. She suffers from cerebral palsy. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphTwo-year-old Mia Garza uses a walker at the community meeting about the proposed Play for All park in Folsom while her mom, Anita, looks on. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphTwo-year-old Mia Garza uses her walker to get around at the community meeting Wednesday evening in Folsom. Her mom, Anita, said a "Play for All" park is important for all children, not just those with disabilities. Mia suffers from cerebral palsy. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphAbout 50 people attended the "Play for All" park community meeting Wednesday evening in Folsom. Don Chaddock / The TelegraphTerry Carroll, left, and Jim Pelley discuss the "Play for All" park at the community center in Folsom on Wednesday evening.