As we told you last week, members of UVa’s Alpha Phi Omega  – The University’s only coed service fraternity – began work on the old Rockfish School building  as part of its community service project. Though it rained nearly 2 inches during the first part Saturday, about 100 volunteers from APO showed up to work.
RVCC was chosen as the fraternity’s Fall service project, which means the Community Center is getting lots of needed repairs and improvements, like a courtyard, painting the entrances, putting in a sidewalk for the treasure chest and more.
The group will be back to finish up the project in the coming days as weather permits. Thanks to APO for this fantastic and valuable contribution to RVCC!