Non-profit’s beautification project leads to park in honor of Alzheimer’s, dementia families
Woodbridge, Va. – Keep Prince William Beautiful dedicated Serenity Park, the culmination of a months-long beautification project at the Prince William Adult Day Healthcare Center, on Wednesday, October 12, 2016. The park was dedicated to families dealing with Alzheimer’s and other degenerative neurological diseases, as cared for by Adult Day Healthcare.
“Keep Prince William Beautiful inspires collective action to keep our communities vibrant and green, and to bring out the beauty and serenity of the Earth,” said KPWB Executive Director Jason Parsons, “The Serenity Park project is very special because it is a reminder of the important obligation we all have to care for our planet and for each other.”
Keep Prince William Beautiful partnered with Lake Ridge Nursery, Mom’s Organic Market, the Area Agency on Aging, The North Face at Potomac Mills, the National Capital Area Alzheimer’s Association, and the Dale City Top Ladies of Distinction to plant new trees, bushes, flowers and install a bench to create Serenity Park.
Caregivers, family members of those inflicted with Alzheimer’s, members of the Board of County Supervisors, community leaders, and others attended the dedication ceremony.
To volunteer with Keep Prince William Beautiful or to learn more, visit kpwb.org.