Comcast Cares Day in Occoquan

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Photos by Mark Gilvey

Comcast Cares Day began in 2001 and is a celebration of commitment to volunteerism. Comcast NBCUniversal mobilizes employees, their families and friends to work alongside community partners and public officials to revitalize neglected neighborhood parks, beautify schools to improve the learning environment, stock community food banks, install computer labs at community centers, plant trees, conduct food drives and much more.

This year volunteers, including Comcast employees, Leadership Prince William alum, residents, businesses, and non-profit, civic and service organizations, helped complete a list of projects in Occoquan including rehabilitation of the Town public dock and boardwalk, upgrades and maintenance to Mamie Davis Park, the establishment of a community garden, improvements to the entrance to the Town and County on Route 123, creation of a backdrop for a public art project on the corner of Route 123 and Commerce Street, as well as landscaping, painting, and other maintenance projects throughout the town.


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