Challenge academy blazes trails for Belville Riverwalk

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By Brian Slattery

BELVILLE — The first inroads into creating the Brunswick Riverwalk at Belville were made by a visiting community service group Saturday, April 26.

Belville Public Works Technician Pat Walsh updated the town board on trail-clearing efforts made by members of the Tarheel Challenge Academy.

Tarheel Challenge Academy, based in Robeson County, runs a 22-week community service program for at-risk teens that puts them 15- to 19-years-old on a path to achieving their GED.

Part of the program is community service projects like land clearing.

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