On Saturday, Oct. 24, approximately 30 volunteers gathered at the Sealy Cemetery to clean headstones, remove leaves, and trim shrubs.
The cemetery marker cleaning was sponsored by the Sealy Area Historical Society. A number of Interact Club members participated under the guidance of Melissa Simms. Volunteers as young as three years of age were involved, as Chelsea Ford brought her three children to help.
The marker cleaning has helped keep lichen and moss from growing again on the markers. Markers that were cleaned a year ago with the D/2 solution look even better now than immediately after they were cleaned.