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Rockfish Valley Foundation Dedicates New Bridge Behind Nature History Museum Over Spruce Creek

[ 0 ] October 13, 2013 |
©2013 Blue Ridge Life Magazine : Photo By BRLM Mountain Photographer Paul Purpura : Gordon Miller of Nelson County, VA gets the honor to cut one of the ribbons dedicating a brand new bridge going over Spruce Creek in the park just behind the Natural History Center on Route 151 just south of Nellysford. - Saturday - October 12, 2013

©2013 Blue Ridge Life Magazine : Photo By BRLM Mountain Photographer Paul Purpura : Gordon Miller of Nelson County, VA gets the honor of cutting one of the ribbons dedicating a brand new bridge going over Spruce Creek in the park just behind the Natural History Center on Route 151 just south of Nellysford on Saturday – October 12, 2013. Miller helped restore the bridge along with donating some materials.

Near Nellysford
Nelson County, VA

After great anticipation a brand new foot bridge over Spruce Creek behind the Natural History Center south of Nellysford has been opened. “Funding from the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation along with recreational trails fund and BamaWorks, (a charitable fund of the Dave Matthews Band) helped make it happen. The bridge is being restored as ADA accessible and is named in honor of Gordon Miller in appreciation of his work to restore the bridge and in appreciation of his gift of labor and materials,” said Peter Agelasto, founder of The Rockfish Valley Foundation that oversees the History Center, Spruce Creek Park, along with the Rockfish Valley Trail.

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