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Raymond Anders
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The Confederate Cemetery THIS Saturday (March 19) starting officially at 10 am. The main job will be to load up all the brush and wood which has been piled up near the tool shed and haul it off to a new home---somebody's ravine out in the country. If you have a pickup truck or flatbed trailer please bring it. Some of us members do have such equipment there are some members who have land out in the country where brush can be dumped. 10am to 5pm

The Schwieder farm can handle ALL the wood and brush if we can just get it there.

If you have trucks or flatbed trailers please let me know. We can get people to load this but we need to know if we have enough pickup trucks to haul it off with. Thanks!

We will also clean out the tool shed and around it.

Come if you can! And if you want to get started at sun-up, you are welcome to go ahead and bring your truck or flatbed and get started.

Thanks everyone!

IF IT RAINS, THE WORK DAY IS POSTPONED TO SATURDAY MARCH 26.

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Camp Adjutant  Raymond Anders

March 16, 2011 at 12:25 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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