The hometown of an Arizona woman who was captured and killed by Islamic State militants now has a playground in her memory.
The family of Kayla Mueller is leading the grand opening of Kayla's Hands Playground in a Prescott park Saturday.
The Kiwanis Club of Prescott and a foundation in Mueller's name oversaw efforts to raise money to construct the play area.
Mueller's father, Carl Mueller, is a member of the Kiwanis Club.
Organizers say the playground pays tribute to Mueller's dedication to helping children.
A humanitarian aid worker, the 26-year-old was taken hostage in August 2013 after leaving a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Aleppo, Syria.
She was held for 18 months.
Her family and the Obama administration confirmed her death in February 2015.