To all members :
You all received, at time of your subcription, a card for each grave you have been attributed. The informations which enable you to quickly locate the grave are written on it. On the reverse side of this card, you have the possibility to write the dates who visited the graves. This is a precious guide not to forget.
However, we are confronted with two situatuions, from time to time :
1- Some members, a bit distracted, lose them and ask us to redo what we had already done up to then. From now on, the card will no longer be done again but we will communicate the informations via email, text message or mail. (This kind of situation comes to a new subcription cost).
2- Others, more distracted, forgetful, realize, once on site, they forgot the cards and ask via text messages or internet to communicate the names and locations of « their » soldier as quicky as possible.
In any case, specify your name, address, the cemetery concerned, the soldier's name and the plot if you remember not forgetting your contact details.
We are all volunteers, some have jobs, thus it is not always possible to answer immediately. We try to be as quick as possible but if the anwer does not come fast, please do not blame us for it. We remain, each at his task at your service.
You are about to move or you already moved
Don't forget to let us know of your new contact details, specifying :
Indeed, too many envelopes come back to us each year « unknown at this address ». Just a few minutes and you save us from resovling some difficulties. Here is a marker, every year you should receive a mail in March.
We remind you that three mail returns in a row ( meaning three years) leads to the removal on the fourth year. As an example, about fifty members are in this case this year.
If you can no longer or with difficulty visit the graves you adopted, please ask your family, your friends to perpetuate your REMEMBRANCE commitment and let us know of these changes via a mail specifying your « successor »'s contact details so that we can forward any information.
In case a member passes away, any descendant or heir can perpetuate the Remembrance.