Bedford organization to present Person of the Year Award

On Nov. 16, the Friends of the Town of Bedford Cemeteries will honor and celebrate Person of the Year, Susan Tufts-Moore, for her contribution in the preservation of Bedford’s history and land.

Tufts-Moore has been a member of the Bedford Historical Society for many years, has served more than 25 years as an active member of the Bedford Land Trust, and most recently, she has lead the way in the restoration and repurposing of the Stevens-Buswell Community Center.

The Stevens-Buswell Community Center will be a unique asset to the community to serve as a place for organizations to meet, sponsor lectures and hold workshops. Educational programs and cultural events will be a primary focus of the community center which will serve the community for many years to come.

Tufts-Moore has contributed in a positive way to the local community in preserving the integrity of Bedford’s history and land for future generations. It is an honor for the FBC to recognize her many years of service to the Bedford community. Join the Friends of the Town of Bedford Cemeteries in honoring and celebrating Tufts-Moore at their annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16, at the Bedford Public Library. Refreshments will be served.

The Friends of the Town of Bedford Cemeteries is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that supports the preservation and maintenance of the four historic cemeteries in The Town of Bedford. Historical cemeteries are open air museums that reflect a community and its heritage. They tell the story of a locale and its people, highlighting a community’s achievements and cultural values. They reflect our past and the people who built Bedford. Preserving the cemeteries reveals a strong community spirit and serves as a source of community pride for future generations.

Be a part of preserving Bedford’s history for future generations by becoming a member of the Friends of the Town of Bedford Cemeteries. Visit the website for more information: