Scouts improve gravesites of Lawrenceburg’s poor

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By Ben Carlson

They were among Lawrenceburg’s poorest.

When they died, there was no money to bury them in a cemetery, leaving family members no option but to have them interred in a field that now borders the county’s solid waste facility and highway barns.

Although they can’t do anything about what happened to these people in the past, Cub Scouts with Pack 38, Den 9 can make the area around the graves more visually pleasing, and began that work last Saturday afternoon.

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