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Earlier in the week, Nicklaus stood to the side of the green as Augusta National officials dedicated a plaque to him on a drinking fountain near the green, a tribute to the Golden Bear’s historical accomplishments in the first major of the season.
An obstacle course that resembles the nightclub district of Portland, Ore., is set up on the field and players driving muscle cars must avoid hitting light poles, drinking fountains and trees.
Some other upgrades that will benefit from the county disbursement include a new play surface and equipment at Mucklo Playground as well as signage at Coe Lake, picnic tables, drinking fountains, a boat dock and benches.
Several of the schools in Evanston/Skokie District 65 were found to have water in sinks, drinking fountains and other fixtures that have elevated lead levels, results from November laboratory testing indicated.
Water and leaks In September, an advocate for a new high school, parent Dayana Bergman, posted a photo, which was not independently verified, of brown water coming from a Lansdowne High drinking fountain.
The department's program pays for lead testing, particularly for aging water faucets, drinking fountains and plumbing fixtures.
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Definition of drinking fountain for English Language Learners
: a device in a public place that produces a stream of water for people to drink from
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