Executive Director of the Commonwealth Counsel on Developmental Disabilities Pat Seybold, of Frankfort, cleared grass off of a grave marker during the cleanup at Frankfort State Hospital and School Cemetery, organized by Kentucky Protection and Advocacy in Frankfort on Thursday, May 23, 2013. 
"Commonwealth Counsel on Developmental Disabilities and Protection and Advocacy are under the same federal grant," Seybold explained. "Each of us have different pieces of the pie." Photo by Briana Scroggins
Executive Director of the Commonwealth Counsel on Developmental Disabilities Pat Seybold, of Frankfort, cleared grass off of a grave marker during the cleanup at Frankfort State Hospital and School Cemetery, organized by Kentucky Protection and Advocacy in Frankfort on Thursday, May 23, 2013. "Commonwealth Counsel on Developmental Disabilities and Protection and Advocacy are under the same federal grant," Seybold explained. "Each of us have different pieces of the pie." Photo by Briana Scroggins Herald-Leader
Executive Director of the Commonwealth Counsel on Developmental Disabilities Pat Seybold, of Frankfort, cleared grass off of a grave marker during the cleanup at Frankfort State Hospital and School Cemetery, organized by Kentucky Protection and Advocacy in Frankfort on Thursday, May 23, 2013. "Commonwealth Counsel on Developmental Disabilities and Protection and Advocacy are under the same federal grant," Seybold explained. "Each of us have different pieces of the pie." Photo by Briana Scroggins Herald-Leader

About 40 volunteers clean up Frankfort State Hospital and School Cemetery

May 23, 2013 07:02 PM

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