Thursday Jun 18 2009 comments Play for All park By: By Don Chaddock / The Telegraph -A +A Chris Tait, left, discusses plans for the Play for All park with Terry McNeil during a community meeting Wednesday evening at the Folsom Community Center. Dane 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. Two-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. Two-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. About 50 people attended the "Play for All" park community meeting Wednesday evening in Folsom. Terry Carroll, left, and Jim Pelley discuss the "Play for All" park at the community center in Folsom on Wednesday evening.