July 31, 2013 —
As we have asked in the past, the Lindsey Cemetery Fund is in desperate need of donations to keep the cemetery mowed and free of clutter. We are running out of money fast, and we will not be able to keep it looking clean, attractive, and comforting without some help.
We ask any family members interested in helping with this effort to please send any donations to The Lindsey Cemetery Fund, c/o Paul and Ruth Damron, 3826 N. St. Hwy. 7, Grayson, Ky 41143. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call 474-6194.
Paul and Ruth Damron
Lindsey Cemetery Fund
July 31, 2013 —
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Get involved with your local chamber
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