Although going for walks in the woods in Brambleton Regional Park in Ashburn about a year in the past, 14-calendar year-aged Jack Gray and his father, Bart Gray, stumbled on an old cemetery in the vicinity of the Brambleton Golf Class.
As inhabitants in the nearby Broadlands community, they commonly hike in the space and experienced been on the lookout for an Eagle Scout project for Jack, who is a member of Boy Scout Troop 51.
When they uncovered the cemetery, it experienced fallen and sunken headstones, and a lot of were cracked. Most were being unreadable and the space was overgrown with weeds and trees, they reported.
Soon after the hike that working day, Jack Grey made the decision to inquire about the likelihood of restoring the space all around the cemetery and the gravestones.
Past December, Jack Grey achieved with Dustin Betthauser, park manager for NOVA Parks, who