The Premier Independent Jewish/Interfaith Cemetery on the North Shore of Boston
Synagogue membership or affiliation not required
Maple Hill Cemetery welcomes visitors. The landscaped grounds and quiet courtyards offer visitors a chance to remember and honor a loved one, meditate or pay their respects to someone who has passed away.
Nestled in the wooded grounds (Workman Circle off Sabino Farm Road, Peabody, MA) Maple Hill Cemetery is open to members of the Jewish faith. The Interfaith section allows a serene burial location for members of the Jewish faith and their non-Jewish spouses and children.
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE MAPLE HILL CEMETERY ASSOCIATION:
In view of the current epidemic, it seems prudent to schedule our annual meeting for a date which may be predicted to be beyond the period for which restrictions may apply, and also be at a time when, we hope, the crisis will be firmly under control. Accordingly, the annual meeting of the members of the Maple Hill Cemetery Association will be held on Sunday, August 23, 2020 at 10:00 AM at the chapel of the Association on Workmens Circle Drive (Sabino Farm Road), Peabody, Massachusetts for the purpose of hearing the reports of officers, electing a slate of five (5) directors for terms of three (3) years, to elect directors to fill any other vacancies that may have occurred, and to consider such other and further business, as may properly come before the meeting. A slate of directors will be proposed by our Nominating Committee. Nominations may also be made from the floor.
All members are invited to attend. An organizational meeting of the Board of Directors will immediately follow the conclusion of the meeting of members, the purpose of which is to elect officers for the 2020-21 year and to consider such other and further business as may properly come before the meeting.
By Order of the Vice President/Acting President: