Woodland Cemetery Beautification Service Project

Woodland Cemetery has invited volunteers to come and help maintain the beauty of its surroundings. The wind storms this year have left a layer of pine cones and limbs needing to be raked into piles.  

It is hoped that “many hands will make for lighter work” as they begin their Spring clean-up of the grounds. The cemetery normally sustains its care from the hands of regular volunteers, but a little extra help is needed this year.  Participants wishing to help tidy up the cemetery are asked to join the regulars this Saturday, April 10 from 10 am – 2 pm. They ask that you please bring your own rake. Masks are not required, but welcome to wear if wanted.  Social distancing will be easy to maintain. You needn’t stay the whole time; just arrive and leave when convenient for you.  The cemetery is located at 5315 West Monroe Road, Deer Park, WA.  If you have any questions, please call Tom Taylor at 509-276-6820.

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