Day Of Service At Mt. Moriah historic cemetary

Posted on June 27, 2011

Join Us For A Day Of Service At Mt. Moriah

Saturday, July 16th 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Rain Date:

Saturday, July 23rd
6201 Kingsessing Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19142

Established in 1855, Mount Moriah Cemetery was the chosen resting place for Philadelphia Mayors, Civil War soliders, and other notable historic figures.  Accessible by trolley and intersected by Cobbs Creek Park, Mount Moriah was once a grand and peaceful retreat.

Will you help the Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery revitalize this historic place?

Volunteers are needed on Saturday, July 16th to assist with clearing the cemetery of cut grass and debris.

Go to to sign up or call Lance Haver at 215-686-7598.

Note: Volunteers should wear long sleeve shirts, long pants and sneakers or work boots.

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