Monday, October 15, 2007

Recovered Dignity

The story behind the Cemetery Restoration Project in Georgia and Hawaii

2 Comments:

At 12:23 AM, Blogger Midnight Lioness said...

Wow! Has it been 10 years since the beginning of the Cemetery Project? Seems just like yesterday that we were meeting Dr. Cranford about re-releasing his book to raise funds for the project.

I remember the day that our AmeriCorps*VISTA team, along with other volunteers, came to CSH to work on cleaning the cemetery grounds, locating markers, and organizing the markers into some kind of order. How time flies.

I may not be active in the consumer movement now, but the work I did on behalf of the Cemetery Project is something I am still proud of.

Fondly yours,
Kimberly P.

 
At 9:33 PM, Blogger Randolph said...

Thank you Georgia for leading the way on cemetery restoration.I hope that the National Consumer Memorial is built in Washington, D.C. within the next few years

Thank you for including me in this wonderful clip.
Hawaii certainly has had its own problem in this regard,and we now have an annual remembrance service for our unknowns.

Please e-mail me with your thoughts and input:

Thank You,

Randy Hack

 

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