The Regulators East Alabama Motorcycle Club gave up a day of riding on Saturday to make a difference in Centre when they turned out to mow and trim weeds and shrubbery at Cherokee Memory Gardens. Club members brought their own personal lawn mowers, weed trimmers, hedge trimmers, rakes, shovels and trucks and trailers to get the job done early Saturday morning.
Bronson Morrison who is the President of the Club told us about this all came about:
Morrison said that more than 30 people turned out for the clean-up. 25 members of the Regulators Club were working, however non-members were also encouraged to come lend a helping hand.
Morrison told us a little bit about the local Club:
Cherokee Memory Gardens has been in need of repair/clean-up since closing more than two years ago. The facility is tied up with Federal and State Liens. For now, keeping the grounds mowed and cleaned is left up to volunteers like The Regulators Club who have family members buried there.