Dominion Energy employees volunteer to make improvements to Glenville daycare

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GLENVILLE, W.Va. – Volunteers from Dominion Energy worked to restore a daycare in Glenville.

On May 16, the volunteers, who are employees from Dominion Energy’s Grantsville Gathering & Processing, restored the grounds of the Watch Me Grow Daycare, which included painting exterior walls, installing chain-link fencing and improving safety by installing a level patio using paving stones, according to a press release.

Dominion said it bought lunches for the volunteers from the Olde School Café, which is a community nonprofit striving to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities.

Dominion also supported a third organization, the Gilmer County Parks and Recreation, with a $2,000 donation for improvements at the county’s recreation center, according to a press release.

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