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May 27, 2016 | By the Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner

"Remembering That Which Is Sacred"

Did you know that it used to be common for families and friends to enjoy a fun Sunday afternoon outing, in of all places, the local cemetery? Up until the 1930's it was a regular practice for families and friends to visit cemeteries for a relaxing picnic, a nap, and a place to play ball together. This is why the grounds of older cemeteries

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