Yavapai Chapter DAR members help with Citizen’s Cemetery clean up
From left, standing: Priscilla Davis, Nancy Silacci, Betty Bourgault; from left, kneeling: Judy Davies, Sue Burk. Not pictured: Lee Nelson, Nancy Burgess and Julie Holst, chairperson of the Coordinating Council for the Citizens Cemetery. (Courtesy)
Originally published Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 06:18a.m.
In preparation for the Yavapai County Cemetery Association’s walk on Oct. 28, the Yavapai Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution spent part of their day on the 11th of October cleaning up graves at the Citizen’s Cemetery. October 11 was also the 127th anniversary of the founding of the National Society Daughters of the Revolution and is known as NSDAR Day of Service.