May 22: Annual Members Meeting

May 12, 2010 – 7:28 pm

You are invited!
Friends of Historic Riverside Cemetery
2010 Annual Members Meeting and Reception

When: Saturday, May 22nd, 2010, 10 a.m. ­– noon

Where: Holy Transfiguration of Christ Cathedral, Community Hall

Address: 349 E 47th Ave, Denver, 80216
(map is available at bottom of this page)

You are invited to attend the Friends of Historic Riverside Cemetery annual meeting and election of new board members. Join us to meet the board of directors, hear about our initiatives, and find out how to get involved in supporting Denver’s oldest cemetery.

The annual meeting will include information on our monument archive program (Doc-A-Block) and our long-term planning initiative (Riverside 2020), a brief update from our Committee Chairs, and opportunities for volunteer involvement. We will also elect up to five new board members*.


Annual Meeting with Committee Updates
Annual Meeting and Election of Board Members Agenda

– Welcome and Acknowledgements
– Introduction of Current Board
– FHRC mission, history, and goals
– Program Updates (Walk-A-Bout, Doc-A-Block, and Riverside 2020)
– Request for Interest in Board Positions
– Election of New Directors*
– Member Comments and Questions
– Adjourn

Coffee, Juice, and Light Snacks will be served.

RSVP by sending an email to

Note *Call for New Board Members: We are looking for up to five people to serve on the Friends of Historic Riverside Cemetery Board of Directors. The new board members will be elected to serve three year terms. New members will serve in an at large capacity, but will be encouraged to help with particular committees, including Preservation, Communications, History and Research, and Events.

If you are interested in serving on the board of the Friends of Historic Riverside, please contact Hugh Graham via email at or by phone at 303-458-6077

Map to Holy Transfiguration Cathedral:

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The Friends of Historic Riverside Cemetery is a volunteer run 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to increasing awareness and preservation of Denver’s oldest and most historic cemetery.

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