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Unattended Service and it’s importance to our fellow veterans

Unattended Service and it’s importance to our fellow veterans

Imagine if you will a veteran passing away and there is no one to call.  No one to grieve, no one to receive the flag the veteran earned. All Veterans should receive their recognition for serving our country.  Many enlisted while others drafted. In ether case they...

July 28 2020 – Unattended Service will begin at 2pm

July 28 2020 – Unattended Service will begin at 2pm

The July “Unattended Service” at Washington Crossing National Cemetery will be held at 2:00 pm on Thursday July 28th, 2022. Please feel free to join us to show these Veterans the honor and respect they have earned and deserve, for their service to our country.

Special note about The June “Unattended Service”

Special note about The June “Unattended Service”

The June "Unattended Service" at Washington Crossing National Cemetery will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, June 30, 2022.  At that time the remains of 10 Veterans who have been unclaimed in the Montgomery County, PA Coroner's Office will be interred.  Please feel...

Arlington National Cemetery June 18th, 2022

Arlington National Cemetery June 18th, 2022

On Saturday, June 18, 2022, members of the Washington Crossing Honor Guard (WCHG) traveled to Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) at the invitation of the Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS).  The WCHG witnessed the Changing of the Guard and...

2022 Memorial Day Activities

2022 Memorial Day Activities

In preparation for Memorial Day 2022, approximately 70 volunteers from the Travis Manion Foundation, the local community, and the Guardians of the National Cemetery gathered to complete the Avenue of Flags before Veterans Day 2022. Students of the Middle bucks...

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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.