A determined group of more than 40 volunteers showed up at Burlington Elementary School Saturday morning to demolish old playground equipment and make room for a new set to be delivered in April.

On Saturday, about 25 Wolf Creek Young Generation in Nuclear members showed up to help Burlington Elementary staff demolish an old playground and make room for a new one.

On Saturday, about 25 Wolf Creek Young Generation in Nuclear members showed up to help Burlington Elementary staff demolish an old playground and make room for a new one.

The team of school staff, community members and Wolf Creek Young Generation in Nuclear members disassembled and cleared hundreds of pounds of metal and concrete. In addition, the team loaded and relocated dozens of truckloads of rubber mulch. Wolf Creek donated personal protective equipment for the work.

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“WCYGN set a goal this year to become more involved in the community with volunteer activities, school programs and introducing the community to nuclear energy,” said WCYGN chairperson Nolan Strawder.

Requests or ideas for community involvement or public outreach can be sent to WCYGN@wcnoc.com.

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