"where life meets death, nature meets city, and present meets past"
Keith Eggener, architectural historian and author of the book “Cemeteries.”
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Parsons Cemetery is today both operational and historic. It is an urban green space, an outdoor museum, and in the words of architectura historian, Keith Eggener, urban cemeteries "are where life meets death, nature meets city, and present meets past."
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Want to Participate at Parsons Cemetery: Things you do need to know
Parking within the Cemetery will be limited to those with Disability Placards. Drivers will be directed to a designated area within the Cemetery by Veteran volunteers. Once parked, veterans and golf cart volunteers can assist you to the ceremony area. Please allow extra time for this.
Street Parking: For all others, parking is available on neighboring streets (please though, do not block driveways). The following close-by locations have opened their parking lots to attendees:
Parsons Cemetery (MDPACS)
Wreaths across America 2019
Parsons Cemetery (MDPACS) Ceremony On: 12/14/18
912 N. Division St Ceremony At: 10:00 AM
Salisbury, MD 21801 Details: parsonscemetery.com
Veteran Graves: 1000 Location Coordinator: Jeff Merritt
Coverage Goal: 1000 Location Phone Number: (410) 713-8940
Wreaths So Far: TBD Donate: https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/pages/42616/Overview?relatedIds=0
Registered Volunteers: 67 registrations not counting the number of individuals in those registered as a group.
Parsons Cemetery Wreaths across America 2019 Program
Procession from Main Gate to Ceremonial Area
all Community Members wishing to walk with the procession
Official National Wreaths Across America Day Ceremony
Wreath Laying Instructions - Jeff Merritt
Conclusion of the Wreath Laying and Remarks - Jeff Merritt and Rick Fahey
Honor Guard Retires Colors
Here are some things to remember about the ceremony:
The most important thing to remember is to have a wonderful experience participating in the ceremony and thank you so much for help Wreaths achieve our mission to remember, honor and teach.