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Marcello Rollando and The Grove with Peggy Yahres in a Healing Charlottesville

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A group of private citizens, in partnership with the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce, invites you to honor community leadership at The Grove, a stone terrace to be located under 150-year-old oak trees on the sweeping hilltop on the east side of McIntire Park.

With inscriptions to past and future community leadership, the terrace will provide a place to admire the oak canopy, view Brown's Mountain, and watch people playing on the lawn. A path, shaded by trees representing the current McIntire Citizenship Award recipients, will start at the new pedestrian bridge and end at The Grove.


1. Promote Community Leadership

Honor past civic leaders

In the future, annually honor other community leaders, including students, and community organizations that promote civic engagement.


2. Preserve the Hilltop's Landmark Oak Trees

Prolong their lifespan through careful maintenance

Plant more native oaks


3. Enliven the Park

Provide a tree-lined path to the stone terrace in The Grove that the entire community can enjoy.

Approved by City Council, The Grove will enhance the 2015 McIntire East Park Plan.


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