By Susan Sanders

Cliff Baker, president of Montwell Park Board (right), with a Greenbrier Technologies electrician at the installation site of the natural gas generator at the Park.

Watching the news we are all too often reminded of nature’s unpredictable and awesome power. After our own area was impacted by historic storms in 2016, The Greater Greenbrier Long Term Recovery Committee began to take shape. “Part of our mission, Chairman David Lumsden says, “is to provide coordinated leadership for long-term recovery from disaster by assessing needs – both present and future – as well as by obtaining and connecting resources. With this in mind, I want to take this opportunity to draw attention to a growing resource in Lewisburg – Montwell Park.”

To address community needs during potential outages, the Park has raised funds to purchase and install a 70,000 watt natural gas generator. This enhanced infrastructure will enable the Park to provide power to two of its partners – Hill & Holler and ‘The Hub,’ a satellite site of High Rocks – which means that the community will have a place to gather, eat, and literally recharge should we lose…

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