Cayuga Centers has completed installation of swings, a hoop and other equipment for people with physical disabilities at the playground at the agency's facility at 210 Osborne St. in Auburn. Funds were purchase materials, equipment and a fence came from the Cayuga Community Fund, the Kiwanis Club of Auburn, individual donors and gifts in memory of James Mack. Auburn Elks Lodge No. 474 also provided funds to purchase adaptive equipment for expansion of Cayuga Centers' respite programs, including the playground. The agency, headquartered in Auburn, serves children and families in New York, Florida and Delaware with evidence-based programs, residential and foster care treatment, and services for people with disabilities. For more information, visit cayugacenters.org.