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Mobile County JROTC Cadets participated in a District-Wide Service Learning Project

Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery
Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery
Photo Credit: LTC(R) Robert Barrow
  • Posted on January 29th, 2021
  • Story by: LTC(R) Robert Barrow
  • 6th Brigade
    Service Learning

MOBILE, AL -- Mobile County JROTC Cadets participated in a District-Wide Service Learning Project to help restore Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery in the Toulminville Community on Friday, January 15, 2021! Over 120 cadets and cadre participated in this worthy cause…special attention was given to the hundreds of Veterans gravesites who are buried there. The cemetery was originally founded to serve the needs of the African-American community in Mobile, but has fallen into a state of disorder over the past decade. A non-profit group consisting of local veterans initiated this undertaking…”Veterans Memorial Recovery” is dedicated to preserving the memory of these men and women who served our nation!


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Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery
Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery
Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery
Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery
Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery
Mobile County JROTC Cadets Hard at work at Oaklawn Nonperpetual Care Cemetery