Submitted photo WONDER WALL: Donya Catlett-Vise, center, who is working to create Ali's Wonderland in Hot Springs in honor of her daughter, was honored recently at the Free to Soar fundraiser gala in San Antonio by Gordon Hartman, left, co-founder of Morgan's Wonderland, and Ron Morander, right, general manager of the park. Catlett-Vise was added to the park's Wall of Fame.

Submitted photo WONDER WALL: Donya Catlett-Vise, center, who is working to create Ali's Wonderland in Hot Springs in honor of her daughter, was honored recently at the Free to Soar fundraiser gala in San Antonio by Gordon Hartman, left, co-founder of Morgan's Wonderland, and Ron Morander, right, general manager of the park. Catlett-Vise was added to the park's Wall of Fame.

Ali's Wonderland recognized Local woman honored for work on park in daughter's name

By Steven Mross
This article was published October 21, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Morgan's Wonderland was the inspiration for a local woman's ongoing campaign to create an all-inclusive, barrier-free, handicapped accessible playground in Hot Springs, and now her name joins others in a place of honor on the Wall of Fame in the heart of the San Antonio theme park.

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