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Virginia Tech's Big Event a big help for Glencoe

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On April 9, a group of engineering students from Virginia Tech participating with The Big Event, the school’s day of service to the community, gave of their time to help the Glencoe Mansion, Museum & Gallery. While at Glencoe the students helped with the monumental task of cleaning the enormous windows of the museum. In the process they also learned about the history of the area.

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