Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: June 15, 3:09 am)
In communities across the nation, cemeteries are dying.
That’s what happens when the living fail to honor, preserve and restore their local cemeteries. It’s also the result when cemetery boards fail to keep the cemetery alive and vital by investing in surrounding property for the future and providing opportunities for the living to honor and preserve the resting place of the dead.
Grove Hill Cemetery in the center of Shelby County is alive and well.
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