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Ground Flower Pot Holder - 6-8" width
Ground Flower Pot Holder - 6-8" width
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Adhesive Cut Flower Fluted Vase Holder
Adhesive Cut Flower Fluted Vase Holder
Adhesive Cut Flower Fluted Vase Holder
$27.98
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Funeral practices museum to open in Prague's Olšany
Prague, March 2 (CTK) - A unique small museum of funeral practices will be built in an abandoned vault at Prague's largest cemetery, Olsany, within the reconstruction of a part of the burial place that the Administration of Prague Cemeteries plans, CTK has found out. Published: 3/3/2015

Cemetery committee gives update on petition drive
STERLING — Several members of the Committee to Form a Cemetery District — Bob Patten, Jerry Bauder and Gordon Felzien — were at Sterling Public Library Tuesday evening, to give an update on Sunset Memorial Gardens and answer questions. Published: 2/26/2015

Archdiocese to implement new rules for St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
After several incidents of vandalism and criminal activity in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 , New Orleans Archdiocesan Cemeteries is implementing a new plan to protect and preserve the historic cemetery. Published: 2/27/2015

Fort Meade Considering Cemetery Expansion
With space running thin at Fort Meade's Morrison Memorial Cemetery, the city is considering expanding it by removing a pavilion and a restroom that serve nearby sports fields. Published: 2/28/2015

St. Charles cemetery board seeks to add columbarium to its services
ST. CHARLES – The St. Charles Township Cemetery Board is pursuing construction of a columbarium, a structure of above-ground vaults that would hold 1,824 cremains, officials said. Published: 3/2/2015

Zimbabwe: Brisk Business for Vendors At Harare Cemeteries
[New Zimbabwe]VENDORS are making brisk business at Harare's Granville Cemetery which is popularly known as KuMbudzi by selling not just flowers and epitaphs but also beer, soft drinks and Sadza to people burying their loved ones. Published: 3/1/2015

Brisk business for vendors at Harare cemeteries
VENDORS are making brisk business at Harare’s Granville Cemetery which is popularly known as KuMbudzi by selling not just flowers and epitaphs but also beer, soft drinks and Sadza to people burying their loved ones. Published: 3/1/2015

Last Modified: 3/4/2015