Volunteers

Since we started working at East End Cemetery in early July 2013, here are some of the groups that have been out helping:

Our regulars: Dave, Bruce, Melissa, Kate, Justin, Brian, Erin, Jess, and Mark

Fairfield Middle school IB students and parents

Midlothian Jack and Jill

Soldiers from Fort A. P. Hill and from Fort Lee

University of Richmond APO

VCU Alpha Gamma Delta sorority

VCU ASPiRE

VCU Alpha Xi Delta sorority

VCU Phi Kappa Psi fraternity

VCU Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity

VCU Vicki Pallo Class

Virginia State University business seniors

 

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7 Responses to Volunteers

  1. Todd Mccranie says:

    Everybody who helps out at east end cemetery to make it look better? Are doing a good service for the community.

  2. Robin K. Walton says:

    Would like to be involved in your effort. We rode out today and viewed both Woodland and East End Cemetaries . It was overwhelming to us and unbelievable that it has been left to such disrepair.Please let us know how to be a part of this mission.We saw that you are working this Monday but we are not retired yet and not able to help then.Is this something we could do on some of our available days? Would love to meet with you as well .Thank you, Robin K.Walton also email Robinkwalto@gmail.com

    • jgshuck says:

      Thanks for wanting to help It is probably easiest to meet me on Saturdays when we working.

      We work most Saturdays, usually in the morning. You can see a calendar of when we are working at: https://eastendcemetery.wordpress.com/work-calendar/

      John

      • Virginia B. Hamrick says:

        Boy Scouts are always looking for Community Service and Eagle Scout projects as part of rank advancements. Boy Scout Troop 5, Shenrapawa District, Shenandoah Area Council, has produced 16 Eagles; and our projects have been for Churches, Virginia and Municipal Parks. I’m surprised Capitol District BSA, Heart of Virginia Council, hasn’t contacted you about Boy Scouts helping you. Can I have one of our Troop leaders contact you about work they (scouts 11 to 17 years old) can do. i.e. brush and tree removal, uncovering and cleaning headstones/markers, fencing repairs; sections currently being reclaimed, and sections needing to start work. The magnitude of your restoration appears to me that could easily encompass our entire District and/or Council. Our Scoutmaster, troop leaders and Council Executive would need to meet with you and look over cemetery to evaluate what and when work can begin. We would likely have weekend camping and bring our Scout trailer. We will be camping in July at National Jamboree near Parkersburg WV. Ginny Hamrick, Cubmaster, Pack 75; Committee member Boy Scout Troop 5, Strasburg, VA

      • jgshuck says:

        Hi Ginny. Thanks for contacting me. We have had a 4 scouts out doing eagle projects at the cemetery but have not had a group out just to work, etc. Feel free to have one the troop leaders contact me. John 804-728-9475 or jshuck@rocketmail.com

      • Davine says:

        Good Evening I am the secretary of National Honors Society at Thomas Dale high school and some people wanted to come out and volunteer, so tomorrow during our meeting i will inform the volunteers about the days to go one of which is this Saturday. So i wanted to inform you and make sure that was OK?

      • jgshuck says:

        Hi Davine. It would be great to have your group’s help. Unfortunately we are not working this Saturday. You can see a calendar of when we are working at: https://eastendcemetery.wordpress.com/work-calendar/
        You can email me at jshuck@rocketmail.com to set up a day or days to volunteer. Thank you. John

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