Keeping the Kellogg Cemetery clean

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The Kellogg Cemetery gets pretty messy after the winter season and it is up to the community to keep it clean. I ask anyone that may have loved-ones buried there, or any kind-hearted person in general, to volunteer their time and tidy it up. Even if it’s simply cleaning up their own loved-one’s area, every little bit helps.

Mildred Savage,

Kellogg, Idaho

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