Trash dumped at cemetery

Lions club is urging the community to help stop illegal dumping in the Sooke Cemetery.

  • Sep. 14, 2016 11:00 a.m.

The Sooke Lions Club is urging the community to help stop illegal dumping in the Sooke Cemetery.

Individuals have thrown garbage in a brush pile the Lions burn after a cleanup.

The Lions have managed the cemetery on a volunteer basis for more than 30 years, and any effort to dispose of the garbage eats up funds otherwise used in supporting the Sooke community.

 

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