Sunday, August 1, 2004

Volunteers clean up Wesleyan today

The Enquirer

NORTHSIDE - A volunteer cleanup will be held 10 a.m.-6 p.m. today at the long-neglected Wesleyan Cemetery, 4003 Colerain Ave.

Friends of the Wesleyan, a non-profit volunteer group, hopes to attract 150 workers, who are asked to bring mowers, rakes and other equipment.

The 162-year-old cemetery is composed of 24 acres and 17,000 burials, including 700 veterans from conflicts as far back as the Civil War.

Parking is available on Colerain Avenue and inside the cemetery. Refreshments will be provided.

For information call Gordon Cain, 910-5236.

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