For the past five years a worthwhile project at the historic Humble Cemetery has been the focus of local charity and now some of the work is complete. But Connie Grubbs of the Humble Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution says there’s still a lot to be done.
Grubbs, who has served as historic preservation chair since being sworn in as chapter regent in 2017, encouraged her chapter to embrace the project located on S. Houston Ave in Humble.
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