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Union FFA Takes Part in Historic Cemetery Cleanup

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Posted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 6:32 pm

The Union FFA recently completed a community service project by mowing and trimming the Terry/Van Leer Family Cemetery, located west of Union.

The cemetery is one of the oldest in the area with markers dating back into the 1800s. The majority of the plots are marked by small stones giving no indication of who was buried there or when. The students enjoy cleaning this small cemetery because it helps them relate to the past and the people who lived in Franklin County over 100 years ago.

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