OOCCL Support Letter for West Kessler in the matter of 815 N. Hampton
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Conservation league volunteers show Oak Cliff cemetery some respect
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Alicia Quintans

By Roy Appleton Dallas Morning News

The place is more presentable now. The graves have some breathing room.

All thanks to a team of volunteers, who paid some respect Saturday to a family and history.

Michael Amonett and Alicia Quintans learned of the McAdams Cemetery at a public meeting about the Southern Gateway highway expansion project. Curious and concerned that the proposed widening of Interstate 35E might threaten the site, they checked it out. Finding it plant-choked, they organized a cleanup with other members of the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League.

And Saturday afternoon, with highway traffic roaring past, Amonett, Quintans, Judy Brooks and a dozen or so other workers stepped in — whacking, clipping and trimming away at purple-blooming periwinkle and other growth engulfing the site south of Illinois Avenue.

Nathaniel “N.O.” McAdams, a Dallas County sheriff and longtime county commissioner, dedicated the the cemetery in 1892 “for the purpose and consideration that the graves of the buried dead be preserved and perpetuated.”
McAdams Cemetery Clean Up a Success!
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 OOCCL is so grateful to our volunteers that turned out to clean up McAdams Cemetery!

McAdams Before and After

Joe & Donna Spears, Karen Ray, Ellen Kreager, Kevin Acosta, Chris Ray, Deborah Carpenter, Judy Brooks, Hal Prestige, George Roberts, Laura Foss, Sam & Greg Venker, Michael Amonett, Rhonda Turner, Frances James, Alicia & Joel Quintans

Rose Rosette Seminar
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 Rose Rosette Seminar
Sponsored by the Friends of Oak Cliff Parks


April 9th Methodist Hospital

7:00 - 8:00 PM (free)

Rose Rosette is killing innumerable roses in the greater Metroplex. Learn what you can do. Seminar to be held at Methodist Hospital, in the Hitt Auditorium. Underground parking available- go to the second entrance coming west on Colorado, just past Bishop Ave., turn right and enter the garage. Use the stairway near the back of the garage.

No registration necessary.

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