Mormons in Virginia clean riverbanks, historical sites and help those in need

Hundreds of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Fredericksburg, Va., area gathered on Saturday, Sept. 24, to clean riverbanks and local historical sites. Other volunteers, including those of other faiths, also made blankets for children as part of an Eagle Scout project, while still others packed boxes with microwavable meals and snack items on behalf of soldiers in need.

On that same day, Latter-day Saints in Culpepper, Va., helped provide services for a family involved in a serious automobile accident, while other Mormons in that community helped provide firewood and home repairs for the needy.

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