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Gold Star Families

Gold Star Families

The Guardians of the National cemetery in conjunction with the Gold Star Mothers of America will host the public in a remembrance of all Gold Star Families on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 5:00 PM at Washington Crossing National Cemetery. We will meet at the Gold...

Veterans Day 2021

Veterans Day 2021

Veterans Day will be remembered at Washington Crossing National Cemetery by the Guardians of the National Cemetery with a brief respectful program on Wednesday, November 11, 2021 at 11:00 AM. There will be no off-site parking, tents or chairs available.

Public Announcement!

Public Announcement!

The Guardians of the National Cemetery Foundation has initiated a project with the Department of Veterans Affairs (Dept of VA), the National Cemetery Association (NCA), and Washington Crossing National Cemetery (WCNC), to donate and install a statue of General George...

A Veteran is…

A Veteran is…

Someone who dedicated a portion of their life to serve in the Armed Forces. Someone who raised their right hand and swore to defend the Constitution of the United States. Someone who proudly, and with honor wore the uniform of their dedicated branch. Someone who...

Avenue of Flags

Avenue of Flags

The “Avenue of Flags” at Washington Crossing National Cemetery is truly a majestic sight. It consists of over 145 U.S. flags flown at the top of 20’ removable poles along the roads at designated times of the year. The flags are 4 ½’ x 9’ burial size flags with the...

Community celebrates WWII vet from Levittown with drive-by salute

Community celebrates WWII vet from Levittown with drive-by salute

Decorated combat World War II veteran Sal Castro celebrated his 95th birthday on Sunday with a parade and well wishes from a far. Friends and family gathered to drive by his Levittown home to honor the veteran who has given to his country and fellow veterans. He is a...

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Guardians of the National Cemetery
PO Box 233
Newtown, PA
18940

The official registration and financial information of Guardians of the National Cemetery Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.