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A spring tradition

Posted 4/22/21

A spring tradition The Warwick Historic Cemeteries Commission joined scores of volunteers Saturday for the spring cleanup of the Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug. It was a big scale effort made all the more possible by a roll off box provided by the city

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A spring tradition

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The Warwick Historic Cemeteries Commission joined scores of volunteers Saturday for the spring cleanup of the Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug. It was a big scale effort made all the more possible by a roll off box provided by the city for trees, leaves and branches. Danny Hall, following in the path of his grandfather Robert Darigan who voluntarily took on stewardship of the cemetery, oversaw the effort. Hall’s focus has been to push back the overgrowth of trees and brush on the back end of the cemetery so as to reclaim a dirt road that was once there. (Warwick Beacon photos)

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