Saving Our Waterways

Youth from Trinity Episcopal Church in Manassas got into the spirit of volunteering
Fifteen youth started cleaning up a storm water management area off Telegraph Road in Woodbridge on July 14, 2015. The area collects run-off from all of the major streets surrounding the Potomac Mills shopping area. Tons of debris and pollutants that otherwise would run into our public waterways ends up here and the volunteers bagged it so that it can be disposed of properly. Habitat for Humanity organized the project in coordination with Tim Hughes, an Engineering Assistant with the Prince William County Department of Public Works.
Volunteers, under the direction of Trinity Episcopal Outreach Coordinator, Madeline Moravitz, Reverend Stuart Schadt, Habitat Construction Team Leader, John Blake, and Mr. Hughes, included: Macy and Maggie Mockenhaupt, Caroline Lewis, Nicolas and Isabella Barham, Kayleigh Newman, Claire and Leah Baetcke, Caroline and Colin Lewis, Amber Clauss, Sara Rheintgen, Rebecca Mills, Caden Shrank, Fran R., and Aidan Boaz.
If your group is interested in participating with Habitat for Humanity to help us keep this area clean, please contact us at info@habitatpwc.org.