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Bush River Quaker Cemetery, Newberry, SC,Spring 2015
Please consider making a contribution, in any amount you can, to our Quaker Cemetery Clean Up Fund. The cost of a year's maintanence at the Bush River Cemetery is about $750 and we also need to keep some funds set aside for emergencies.
Each year as spring arrives in the South, I am reminded to write to ask our newsletter subscribers to consider
contributing to the financial needs of Bush River Quaker cemetery upkeep. There are a number you, also, who ask that I remind you each year of the needs of the Maintenance Committe.
goal is, as always, to make sure that the grounds are accessible each day of the
year. Your gifts in any amount are very gratefully accepted and used only for
maintenance and associated expenses.
Your committee also welcomes your
comments, ideas, and suggestions for future projects or gatherings, especially
if you are able to help out with the committe and other work involved.
Thank you for your support in the past and in our 15th year of work at the Bush River Quaker Cemetery.
Judy Russell, Bush River Quaker Cemetery Maintenance Committee.
Make check to Quaker Cemetery Clean Up Fund
and mail to
1051 Forrest Hills Drive
Watkinsville, GA 30677 (please note new postal rezoning address)