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Storybook trail

Families enjoying the playground and shelter at Beaverdam Park can also share a green story together. With a donation from the Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Gloucester Master Gardeners, the Gloucester Clean Community office has installed a storybook trail at Beaverdam Park, near the Master Gardeners’ Demonstration Garden. This book trail builds on the success of the Earth Day Every Day Storybook Trail installed last year around the pond at Woodville Park. Meant to encourage families to get outdoors for healthy physical fitness while allowing them to remain distant from others, the storybook trails place the pages from a children’s book at stops along a trail. Children of all ages are encouraged to enjoy the outdoors and read a book together at Woodville and now at Beaverdam. Shown here is Benedict Wilkins, a fifth grader at Yorktown Elementary School and the son of Gloucester Clean Community Coordinator Elisabeth Wilkins. The first featured book at Beaverdam is “The Thing About Bee...

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