Final touches are being made on a garden in Sherando Park to remember the victims of the Virginia Tech massacre.
VT alumni in your community have been working on the memorial garden for months.
It will feature 32 hokie stones around the base of a flag poll, as well as a pathway through the garden that spells out the university's letters.
One member of the alumni association says she's honored to be helping build this memorial.
"The vision of our chapter president, which is Bruce Wilson, in putting this area together, where else can you have a VT sidewalk, and a little bit of Blacksburg right here with our 32 hokie stones that we've used around the flag pole," Susan Combs said.
A plaque will be put up with all the 32 names of the students who were killed.
The garden will be dedicated April 16th, two years after Seung-Hui Cho opened fire on the Blacksburg campus.