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Posted April 22, 2009 | Copyright © The Northern Virginia Daily
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New paint store set to give back

WOODSTOCK — Playground equipment at W.O. Riley Park will be getting gussied up next month by employees of a new paint store in town.

Sherwin-Williams assistant manager Derrick Thompson, manager Ty Oxley, as well as sales representatives and assistant managers from other Sherwin-Williams stores will be painting accents on the equipment the morning of May 6, Thompson said.

He said he spoke to Town Manager Larry Bradford about service projects the store could do, and was told the equipment could be “spruce[d] up a little bit.”

“[It’s] just a way we can give something back to the town because they’ve been extremely, extremely supportive of us being here since we opened in December,” Thompson said.

The store is in the Shenandoah Square Shopping Center. A rain date has been set for May 8.

— Daily Staff Report

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