Symbols of one non-profit’s commitment to the community are standing tall in Woodbridge.
The Woodbridge Rotary Club donated 51 trees to Leesylvania State Park.
The first one was planted at a ceremony on Friday.
“Today, we delivered 51 trees — trees that are native to Virginia — to provide long-term enjoyment and benefit to all that visit this beautiful state park,” Dave Kent from the Woodbridge Rotary Club told ceremony attendees. “The number ‘51’ was selected as a public decoration of our membership goals and to reflect on our club’s service to our community of over 50 years.”
Leesylvania State Park Chief Ranger Sarah Percival said the trees will be planted throughout the park, including the picnic areas.
“We also are sharing the wealth with Prince William Historic Preservation and some of the historic homes,” Percival said.
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