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Submitted PhotoWal-Mart gives to hospice: Sean Jeung, of Roaring Fork Hospice, receives a Community Grant check from a Wal-Mart associate.

The Frontier Historical Society concluded another successful day of cleanup at Glenwood’s historic Linwood (Pioneer) Cemetery on Saturday, May 20. Volunteers cleared brush, cleaned headstones, placed flags on military graves and built a platform around the informational sign in the center of the cemetery. This was the society’s fourth annual cleanup day in celebration of Colorado Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month. For more information on Glenwood’s historic cemetery or to adopt-a-grave, please contact the Frontier Historical Society at 945-4448.

Lucio Santana Morales and Ana Elva Perez Sanchez, of Carbondale, March 27, 2006

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