Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Old Rasberry Family Cemetery Re-dedication

 The Rededication ceremony will now be held on Sunday, November 3rd at 2:00 p.m..
Prattville Dragoon Benny Harris announced an open invitation to the re-dedication of the Raspberry Family Cemetery.

All Friends, Neighbors and Descendants are invited to attend and participate in the
Rededication Ceremony of the Old Rasberry Family Cemetery
In Chilton County’s Mulberry/Isabella Community
On Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
Beginning at 1:00 p.m.

Immediately followed by the Eagle Court of Honor for Trevor Cofer conducted on the grounds of the cemetery!  For over one year Trevor has worked to complete his Eagle Scout Service Project, the renovation of this historic cemetery.

Thank you, Trevor, for your “Labor of Love” and for Rediscovering, Reclaiming and Restoring Dignityto one of Alabama’s most Historic Cemeteries.

Arrangements have been made to assist the elderly and the handicapped in attending these special ceremonies.

Directions to the cemetery…..take AL Hwy 22 leaving Clanton heading (West) toward Maplesville…turn right (North) on County Road 15 when you see the signs to Isabella High School and Mulberry Baptist Church… when you get to the four-way intersection at Isabella High School turn right (still traveling North) on County Road 29 …when County Road 29 forks go left (still traveling North) on County Road 223 (a dirt road)…the brick home on the left with a circular driveway is the home of Rick and Phyllis Cofer (Trevor Cofer’s parents)…go about one mile on County Road 223 (past the Cofer’s home) and you will see a road on the left with a new street sign that reads “Eagle Scout Drive” leading to the cemetery.  There is an open field providing plenty of parking space and a golf cart is available to assist the elderly and the handicapped.
In case of inclement weather these ceremonies will be held indoors at Mount Carmel #1 Baptist Church, 6326 County Road 5, Thorsby, AL  35171

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