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Mt. Adnah Memorial Brick Walkway

The Mt. Adnah Preservation Foundation constructed a Memorial Brick Walkway at the site of the Case Memorial Chapel in Mt. Adnah Cemetery in 2009.

The walkway was constructed with funds donated in memory of Dawn Rogers Rowlee, a former director of the Mt. Adnah Preservation Foundation.

She had a keen interest in the Memorial Garden that was planted at the former Case Memorial Chapel site and the walkway is a lasting memorial to her dedication.

The foundation has added new plants to the Memorial Garden through the years.

This brick walkway begins with the walkway leading to the Chapel site and continues to the memorial bench at the East end of the site.

There are now over 185 inscribed Memorial Bricks located in this Memorial Walkway with room for several hundred more memorial bricks.

The Mt. Adnah Preservation Foundation will continue to sell Memorial Bricks until the entire walkway has been filed with inscribed memorial bricks.

Each brick may contain a maximum of 18 characters and spaces on each of three lines.

Brick order forms may be obtained from any Mt. Adnah Preservation Foundation director or at Foster Funeral Home, Sugar Funeral Home, Mt. Adnah Cemetery Office, and the Mt. Adnah Preservation Foundation, at P.O. Box 715, Fulton.

Memorial bricks must be purchased by May 20 for installation by Memorial Day.

Those seeking further information may call Brian Guyer at 592-2523 or by e-mail at tigguy@twcny.rr.com.