prince william forest park: There Was A Time When Shelter Was Built To Outlive Us - 08/10/13 12:57 AM

Of all the programs that Franklin Delano Roosevelt implemented shortly after he assumed the presidency in 1933 the two that left a great physical legacy were the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Both agencies had the goal of putting a large number of unemployed to work on community infrastructure projects. The CCC recruited young men 17 to 25 years of age.
In Prince William County they were assigned the task of building Camp Chopawamsic (now Prince William Forest Park) to provide both recreational and educational opportunities for poor inner city children.
Prince William Forest Park has … (6 comments)

prince william forest park: Rain Or Shine Rent A Cabin In Prince William Forest Park - 05/26/13 09:09 PM

Of all the programs that Franklin Delano Roosevelt implemented shortly after he assumed the presidency in 1933 the two that left a great physical legacy were the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Both agencies had the goal of putting a large number of unemployed to work on community infrastructure projects. The CCC recruited young men 17 to 25 years of age.
In Prince William County they were assigned the task of building Camp Chopawamsic (now Prince William Forest Park) to provide both recreational and educational opportunities for poor inner city children.
Prince William Forest Park has … (0 comments)

prince william forest park: Americana #6 - Rent 153 National Historic Landmark "Homes" - 08/05/12 03:35 AM

Of all the programs that Franklin Delano Roosevelt implemented shortly after he assumed the presidency in 1933 the two that left a great physical legacy were the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Both agencies had the goal of putting a large number of unemployed to work on community infrastructure projects. The CCC recruited young men 17 to 25 years of age.
In Prince William County they were assigned the task of building Camp Chopawamsic (now Prince William Forest Park) to provide both recreational and educational opportunities for poor inner city children.
Prince William Forest Park has … (9 comments)

prince william forest park: You Can Sleep IN History In Prince William County - 02/28/11 04:30 AM


Of all the programs that Franklin Delano Roosevelt implemented shortly after he assumed the presidency in 1933 the two that left a great physical legacy were the Works Progress Adminiatration (WPA) and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Both agencies had the goal of putting a large number of unemployed to work on community infrastructure projects. The CCC recruited young men 17 to 25 years of age.
In Prince William County they were assigned the task of building Camp Chopawamsic (now Prince William Forest Park) to provide both recreational and educational opportunities for poor inner city children. Prince William Forest Park has … (16 comments)

prince william forest park: Prince William Forest Park - Rotary International Loves It - 11/14/08 11:58 AM
Annually, Rotary International sponsors the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards. Clubs in each district sponsor a high school junior who has demonstrated leadership qualities
To be recognized for their accomplishment and To provide them with an additional leadership training opportunity.
The 51 Rotary Clubs in our distict take full advantage of the facilities at Prince William Forest Park to hold the weekend retreat.  There is no better setting for the event than the cabin camps of Prince William Forest Park - they are remote yet in the middle of civilization
This 15,000 acre national park is exactly what the name says … (4 comments)

 
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