Volunteers took a break from their work at the Windham-Tolland County 4-H camp in Pomfret to pose for a photo.

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POMFRET — Volunteer Board members of the Windham County 4-H Foundation were happy to welcome 26 volunteers from Eversource to the camp property in Pomfret Aug. 28.  They brought along bucket trucks, chain saws, augers, rakes and paint brushes and went to work.
By the end of the day, five huge dead trees were safely removed and chipped, two recently resided cabins were stained, two new entry gates were installed and post holes were dug for new fencing to be installed at the horse barn area. Another crew did some weeding and mulching around the lodge, leaving the lodge ready for fall renters to enjoy the improved landscape. 
Eversource has partnered with the Foundation for almost a decade through its community service program. Their technical expertise, specialized equipment and sweat equity has saved the Foundation thousands of dollars over the years.  
Employees from Amica, The Hartford, and Farm Credit East, Other World volunteers and students from UConn, Pomfret School and Marianapolis Prep have also donated their time, energy and muscles on other community work days this year. 


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