The Daughters of the American Revolution, Historic Preservation Committee, Caroline Scott Harrison Chapter of Indiana, received a National Award for their work on the "Bell Cemetery Restoration Project", in 2017. We would like to thank the Ladies of the DAR who spent their weekend cleaning up the flower garden at Bell Cemetery.
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The Caroline Scott Harrison Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution has recognized Perry Township Trustee Susie Day (front, center) and Chief Deputy Trustee Jackie Hudman (to Susie's right) for their efforts in completing the restoration and preservation project at Bell Cemetery, 1700 W. Epler Ave. as Trustee, Susie Day is responsible for maintaining the township's six cemeteries.
They are seen with chapter chairwoman Kay Nickey (right) and members of the group's Historic Preservation Committee.
Through the combined efforts of the Perry Township Trustee's Office and the Historic Preservation Committee of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), the Bell Cemetery located at 1700 W Epler Ave., has been restored to its current beautiful condition. Work started in 2013 and finished in 2015. It was truly through the concerted efforts of both groups that a project like this was completed. As you can see our heritage will continue to be an important part of the Perry Township Community.