Earl Sassman started the Memory Farm when his daughter died more than 20 years ago. The farm started with just lights but grew to include thousands of white bell ornaments made by Sassman. Vistors are encouraged to write a message for loved ones who have died. This is the Memory Farm's last year. Andrew Seng The Sacramento Bee
Earl Sassman started the Memory Farm when his daughter died more than 20 years ago. The farm started with just lights but grew to include thousands of white bell ornaments made by Sassman. Vistors are encouraged to write a message for loved ones who have died. This is the Memory Farm's last year. Andrew Seng The Sacramento Bee

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Lights go out on Memory Farm near Franklin

December 23, 2015 5:10 PM

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