Stamford's West Beach could be the perfect place for a playground.
"I think it would be awesome to have the playground over on the side over here ," said Gina Aiello, a Stamford resident.
It would be one of 26 being built in honor of those who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary School. The playgrounds come from the Sandy Ground Project -- where volunteers construct the playgrounds in areas damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
"It's about uplifting the community," said Aiello.
Stamford resident Gina Aiello was inspired to bring "Where Angels Play" to the city after seeing other playgrounds unveiled.
This one in Stamford would be built in memory of Jesse Lewis.
"Everyone could come and enjoy the beautiful beach, and enjoy the playground and celebrate Jesse Lewis' life," said Aiello.
Aiello says the city's parks and recreation commission has approved the project. She says each playground is a gift to each community and funded by donations.
Aiello says they hope to see the playground built this spring.
To find out more, visit www.thesandygroundproject.org
To donate, visit
Photos: Courtesy of Sandy Ground Facebook page