Dominion Virginia Power employees give park a face-lift

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December 3, 2012

7:37 PM

WY Daily reported that Dominion Virginia Power employees donated $2,500 and more than 360 hours of work toward a recent makeover of Williamsburg’s Waller Mill Park. The recent improvements include three new dock boxes, two kayak racks, a bench, and a picnic table. The volunteers also constructed a fence around an area for a community garden that will be planted in the spring of 2013. Local community organizations will be able to use the garden to promote education.

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