Enjoy interesting stories about regional, national, and international difference makers buried in the MHS Cemetery, including the paper-making Mullin family, the armed service veterans in the Steese family, environmentalists in the Masland and Craighead families, and more!
This is a walking tour and will also include standing. Participants should consider bringing a camp stool-like device if extensive walking and standing are problematic.
This is another MHS Sesquicentennial event. and is sponsored by Mount Holly Springs Heart and Soul. It is free, but donations to MHS Heart and Soul are appreciated.
Please register by contacting Jim Burgess at email@example.com. Include name, contact information, and the number attending.
This tour will be repeated on Saturday, October 28. Please meet the tour guide at the cemetery flagpole. Parking details are still being finalized.