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Polish American Club Donates Bench for Veterans Cemetery

Presenting a check to Virginia Tomlin

By Press Release

The Cape May County Veterans Bureau accepted a donation from the Polish American Club of Cape May County for the purchase of a bench for the enclosed shelter at the cemetery on Jan 10, 2018.
The quality-built permanent wooden benches are replacing the former seating of the individual chairs.
The Polish American Club of Cape May County has served the county for over 42 years. After careful consideration and several years of losing members to the club, it was decided to disband and liquidate the assets. “It was the wish of our club to choose the Cape May County Veterans Cemetery as one of the benefactors because many of our late members and officers are buried at the cemetery,” said Yvonne McRory-Kukielka, club president.
A plaque on each bench signifies their respective donors.

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