Canon City Daily Record : A Touch of Color: 10-year-old wants to place artificial flowers in...m.canoncitydailyrecord.com
Jeweleen, 10, has a dream to place artificial, colorful flowers at each and every grave site at Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery.
Girl, 10, places flowers on graves of unclaimed inmates www.chieftain.comCANON CITY — Most 10-year-old girls would love to be a flower girl, but one local youngster is giving the role a whole new meaning.
and her photo on woodpecker hill from the newspaper. . .
A section of the cemetery dubbed “Woodpecker Hill” features graves of inmates who died in prison but their bodies were never claimed by family members. Graves once featured wooden markers, but the woodpeckers destroyed them. -
1 / 8 by tracy harmon the pueblo chieftain Published: July 25, 2014; Last modified: July 25, 2014 04:00AM - See more at: http://www.chieftain.com/news/region/upperark/2745198-120/flowers-jeweleen-graves-arridy#sthash.sUOTg9Rc.dpuf