Help clean the historical cemetery

May 7, 2010

By Tim Pfarr

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NEW — 3:17 p.m. May 7, 2010

From 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. tomorrow, Newcastle Weed Warriors, Scout Troop 499, Hazelwood Cub Pack and volunteers will clean the Historic Coal Miner’s Cemetery, 7810 129th Ave. S.E., in preparation for its Memorial Day opening.

The cemetery is only opened on major holidays and by appointment. Volunteers and members from The Newcastle Historical Society maintain the cemetery.

As part of the cleaning, volunteers will remove downed branches and groom the loop trail inside the cemetery.

All are welcome to join in the effort. Volunteers should park at Lake Boren Park and walk north to the cemetery using the gravel path west of the park. The cemetery is located about 500 yards up the path.

Call Weed Warriors founder Grace Stiller at 228-7927 for more information or learn more here.

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One Response to “Help clean the historical cemetery”

  1. Duane H Sxchooley Sr on October 9th, 2014 4:03 pm

    Trying to reach Pam Lee, I am searching for any information on Newcastle School Dist #13 circa 1911 1919. I understand you have a picture of the school that I saw at Renton Hist Museum. showing the students and looks like the staff. My Great Grandfather Joseph Marion Taylor was the director of this school and we are trying to get all info on him and this Dist #13 we can My ph number is 425 793 5003 and usually home if not please leave message and I will call back. I have been in contact with Rich Crispo Thank you very much Duane

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