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Mission Accomplished! Historic Stables in Shenandoah National Park Restored by 1st HOPE Crew
Photos by The Trust for Historic Preservation and The Corps Network
On Wednesday, June 4th, members of the first HOPE Crew participated in a ribbon-cutting event at the historic Skyland Stables, where they had recently completed a variety of projects to restore the stables. Corpsmembers seemed immensely proud of their work, and the skills they had gained. Some even had bonded with horses, and planned to visit them again for a ride over the summer (Sugarfoot the horse seemed to have been particularly fond of the Corpsmembers).
The historic preservation project was made possible by a large number of partners, including The Trust for Historic Preservation, Delaware North, Citizens Conservation Corps of West Virginia, Harper’s Ferry Job Corps, Shenandoah National Park, and The Corps Network. Leaders from each organization attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
In addition to the earlier article about the project featured on 21csc.org, an article on nvdaily.com covered the story. Enjoy the before and after photos below and we look forward to additional HOPE Crew projects having similar levels of success.