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VETERANS CEMETERY CLEANUP

Veterans are invited to join members of the Veterans Service Organization to help clean up a section of the Kingshill Cemetery starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8.
The Veterans Service Organization has adopted the veterans section in the Kingshill Cemetery and agreed to clean it once a month.
Families who have loved ones buried in any cemetery throughout the Virgin Islands are asked to join veterans in cleaning the graves.
Residents who are participating are advised to bring a weed eater machete, pick ax, fork or a rake to use.

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Veterans are invited to join members of the Veterans Service Organization to help clean up a section of the Kingshill Cemetery starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8.
The Veterans Service Organization has adopted the veterans section in the Kingshill Cemetery and agreed to clean it once a month.
Families who have loved ones buried in any cemetery throughout the Virgin Islands are asked to join veterans in cleaning the graves.
Residents who are participating are advised to bring a weed eater machete, pick ax, fork or a rake to use.