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    MUSCATINE GREENWOOD CEMETERY SPRING CLEAN-UP

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    All grave decorations must be removed from Greenwood Cemetery by March 15, 2021.


    Remaining grave decorations will be removed and discarded by Cemetery Staff after that date.


    This includes, but is not limited to: wreaths, silk flowers, grave blankets, Wooden crosses, toys, cobblestones and potted plants.


    Undecorated metal shepherd’s hooks and Remembrance Vigil Candles and Solar Lights will not be removed.


    New grave decorations may be brought in after April 1st. No more than two decorations per grave. Any questions, please call (563) 263-7051. Email [email protected]

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