UPCOMING SUMMER EVENTS
Stop at the cemetery office for your FREE Roselawn Cemetery water bottle – available while supplies last!
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 2021
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
Monday, May 31, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
Location: Roselawn Cemetery Veterans Memorial ~ Soldiers’ Rest
(Live streamed through Roselawn Cemetery Facebook Page).
Weather permitting, the Rosetown Memorial American Legion Post #542 and the Roseville Anderson-Nelson VFW Post #7555 will be honoring Veterans with a tribute at 10:00 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial ~ Soldiers’ Rest. Attendees will need to practice social distancing and bring their own chairs. Chairs will not be provided this year.
If it is raining, the tribute will be moved to the Roselawn Chapel (located at the main entrance). If the service is moved to the chapel due to weather, masks will be required to attend and space will be limited to the first 50 attendees.
OTHER IMPORTANT MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND INFORMATION
NEW THIS YEAR TO ROSELAWN… Fresh Floral Bouquets will be available while supplies last at the main entrance. Bouquets will be $15/bouquet. Roselawn will place the bouquets for an additional fee upon request.
Unfortunately, we are not able to serve refreshments in the gathering room and chapel this year. We hope to have music and refreshments next year and apologize for any frustration.
Flags will be available at the front entrance and are reserved for the graves of veterans while supplies last.
Comment cards will be handed out at the front entrance, please drop them in the comment card box upon your departure.
Two outdoor restrooms will be available (one near the Veterans Memorial and one in the Chapel Parking Lot).
The office will be open from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Memorial Day Monday.
Cemetery grounds will be open from sunrise to sunset.
Roselawn Cemetery Chapel Use
No Scheduled Chapel Use
CHAPEL RENTAL POLICY click here
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It has a great article with insight from the former Superintendent Larry Hudella.
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