Cemetery Clean Up Planned
The Restoration Project led an enthusiastic group of 26 volunteers consisting of chapter members, HODAR’s (“husbands of” DAR members), members of the Sons of the Revolution and cadets from the NJ-107 Del-Val Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, in preserving history of the final resting place of nine Revolutionary War veterans and numerous settlers of Hunterdon County.
The Old White House Gen. Frelinghuysen Col. Lowrey Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution has planned two events, Sat., May 14, from 9 a.m. – noon will be the Spring Cemetery Clean-Up Day; and Sat., June 11, from 10 a.m. – noon will be a special, combined ceremony of our annual Flag Disposal along with the recognition of the recent Restoration Project.
After a very successful restoration project at the cemetery in Oct. 2015, the group is anxious to have the public join in a final cleaning before the recognition ceremony. Contact Ann Rotunno with any questions at 908-840-4363.