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East End Cemetery clean up volunteer coordinator

April 22 work day

For Earth Day, we worked out at East End for over 2 hours this morning in spite of the wetness. We had 28 volunteers. We got clearing done and found a few grave markers. After 2 hours I gave a … Continue reading

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April 7 work day

We worked out at East End for 4+ hours. We had a total of 37 volunteers including volunteers from the Wounded Warrior Project and student veterans from VCU. We also had volunteers from Alpha Kappa Psi at VCU and 3 … Continue reading

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April 1 work day

We worked out at East End for 4+ hours today. We had 15 volunteers including William and Mary students, University of Richmond students, community members and regulars. We got a bunch cleared and found a couple gravestones. I also started … Continue reading

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March 25 work day

We worked at East End for 6+ hours today. We had 85 volunteers including 23 from Hands on Richmond, a bus load from University of Richmond, a couple groups of VCU students, community members and 6 regulars. We got a … Continue reading

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March 20 work day

We worked at East End for almost 3 hours this afternoon. We had 11 volunteers of whom 9 were college students on spring break through CHAT. We got a bit cleared and found several courtesy markers. There was also 1 … Continue reading

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March 18 work day

We worked at East End for about 3 hours this morning. We had at total of 57 volunteers including 5 from Community Food Collaborative and most of the rest from the University of Richmond. We got a lot cleared and … Continue reading

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March 13 work day

We worked out at East End for almost 3 hours this afternoon. We had an enthusiastic group of college students from CHAT out helping. They were all from North Carolina schools and were on spring break. They cleared several graves … Continue reading

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