According to Bob (so take it with a couple grains of salt), ethnic Ukranians revere the memory of their ancestors and even have a national/religious holiday to celebrate them and remember them - called Probodan - I may be misspelling that too. During this holiday the Ukes pack up the family, go to church and clean house. Once they've done that and been preached at, they go clean up the grave sites of their departed loved ones. A formal dinner with plenty of booze finishes off the day. People think the fwench are the culinary masters of the world and I am here to tell you that is utter hooey - the Ukranians can wipe the culinary matt with them and no bones about it! Ukranian food is the best there is.
"In 1897 Panko and Anna Yurko left Yaroslav, Ukraine to settle here, at Skaro. In 1910 the family of Dmytro joined them. All were the sons of Iwan and Anna Ohywko. On August 2, 1997, we, their descendents, commemorated our centennial in Canada. This rock symbolizes the great burdens they endured for our benefit. Forever honoured in our thoughts and prayers."
There's more but it's written in Cryllic and I can't read it.
There's two churches here, this was the smaller one...
This is the other church, almost right beside the one above.
The grave yard and community hall sits between them.
There's only a drive way in front of the big church.
I suspect it's there for maintenance vehicles and
for especially elderly worshippers that might have to struggle
with the walk over from the community hall.
Luxurious facilities are thoughtfully provided for the passerby.
This one was filled with dead leaves and detritus and I used it...
but recommend extreme caution. The floor's
rotting out and ya might end up in the basement
if you're not careful.
If I'm not mistaken BW might have hit this spot too - if so you will find far better pics at his site.