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ARTICLE_TEXT <p style="text-align: left;">&nbsp;<img hspace="4" height="162" width="225" vspace="1" align="left" alt=" Christian County, Missouri" src="/lochist/userfiles/images/resized/BrokenStone_225x162.jpeg.jpg" /></p> <p style="text-align: left;">Saturday, July 25, 2009.&nbsp; Jon Appell, gravestone conservator, will conduct a gravestone preservation workshop at the historic Squibb Cemetery.<br /> <br /> Dr. C. Mark Rose of Richmond, Missouri, and Rose Marie Jones of Willard, Missouri, will host a one-day, hands-on workshop in gravestone preservation.&nbsp;Mr. Jonathan Appell, monumental mason from Connecticut, will demonstrate how to repair old gravestones, slow or reverse weather-related deterioration and stabilize stones which have begun to lose their integrity. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.gravestonepreservation.info/about.asp">Gravestone Preservation.com</a>.<br /> <br /> The one-day workshop begins at 9 a.m. and continues until 4 p.m. or when<img hspace="4" height="225" width="136" vspace="1" align="right" alt=" Knox County, Tennessee" src="/lochist/userfiles/images/resized/GilmoreStone_136x225.jpg" /> finished.&nbsp; The workshop will be held at Squibb Cemetery 6 miles west of Springfield, Mo.&nbsp; Take Highway 266 (Old Route 66) west to Yeakley Chapel.&nbsp; Turn north [right] on Farm Road 65 to farm road 132, then turn west [left] to farm road 63. Turn north [right] to the cemetery -- watch for signs.&nbsp; A $20 donation or more is suggested.&nbsp; Any money over the amount of costs will be donated to the&nbsp;Squibb Cemetery.&nbsp; Photographing and taping is allowed.&nbsp; Bring lawn chairs, umbrellas, a cooler with your lunch and beverages and gloves for hands-on training.&nbsp; Toilet facilities will be available but there will be no running water.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> If you are interested in attending the workshop or have any questions, please call Rose Jones 417-833-2351 or email <a href="mailto:r.m.jones61@gmail.com">r.m.jones61@gmail.com</a>.</p>
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Local History

Gravestone Preservation Workshop

  Christian County, Missouri

Saturday, July 25, 2009.  Jon Appell, gravestone conservator, will conduct a gravestone preservation workshop at the historic Squibb Cemetery.

Dr. C. Mark Rose of Richmond, Missouri, and Rose Marie Jones of Willard, Missouri, will host a one-day, hands-on workshop in gravestone preservation. Mr. Jonathan Appell, monumental mason from Connecticut, will demonstrate how to repair old gravestones, slow or reverse weather-related deterioration and stabilize stones which have begun to lose their integrity. For more information, visit Gravestone Preservation.com.

The one-day workshop begins at 9 a.m. and continues until 4 p.m. or when Knox County, Tennessee finished.  The workshop will be held at Squibb Cemetery 6 miles west of Springfield, Mo.  Take Highway 266 (Old Route 66) west to Yeakley Chapel.  Turn north [right] on Farm Road 65 to farm road 132, then turn west [left] to farm road 63. Turn north [right] to the cemetery -- watch for signs.  A $20 donation or more is suggested.  Any money over the amount of costs will be donated to the Squibb Cemetery.  Photographing and taping is allowed.  Bring lawn chairs, umbrellas, a cooler with your lunch and beverages and gloves for hands-on training.  Toilet facilities will be available but there will be no running water. 

If you are interested in attending the workshop or have any questions, please call Rose Jones 417-833-2351 or email r.m.jones61@gmail.com.


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