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VETERANS SERVICE TO CLEAN UP KINGS HILL CEMETERY

The Veterans Service Organization has adopted the veteran's section of the Kingshill cemetery and have agreed to clean it once a month.
In a release, Affairs Director Gregory R. Francis invites all members of the organization and people with family buried at the cemetery to the first clean up starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday.
Francis asks all participants to bring a weed eater, machete, pick ax, fork or rake to aid in the clean up at the cemetery.
For more information call Veteran Affairs at 774-6100.

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