WILLIAMSBURG, W.Va. (WVDN) – On July 16, the Williamsburg Community Action’s committee on revitalization and economic development held a volunteer work and clean-up day at the former Williamsburg School.
The goal of this cleanup was to clean up vandalism, beautify the property in advance of the Williamsburg Community Fair, and to maintain the usability of the property in advance of further revitalization activities being explored.
A second work and clean-up day at the former Williamsburg school is being tentatively scheduled and further plans coming soon.
Organizers wish to thank volunteers Debbie Sizemore, Melissa Ramsay, Bill Zumpfe, pastor Keith Delatte, Jill McClung, and Matt Jarrett who came to clean several rooms of the school and complete groundskeeping outside. They also extend thanks to Greenbrier Valley Solid Waste for donating free pickup of the collected trash and debris.
Lunch was served from 12-1 p.m. after the clean-up activities were finished.
All community members are encouraged and welcome to join the Williamsburg Community Action’s committee on revitalization and economic development as they continue efforts to revitalize our community, develop the local economy, and improve the quality of life for all. Regular committee meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Williamsburg Community Building.
For more information, email email@example.com.
|Before and after cleanup of kitchen in the old Williamsburg School building. Vandals repeatedly create damage while community tries desperately to improve.|
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