An event Monday to honor more than 200 veterans buried at Myrtle Grove Memorial Cemetery in Eureka. Among those are 19 veterans from World War I remembered on the one hundredth anniversary of the armistice ending the war. The ceremony also serves as a reminder of where the cemetary was just a few years ago. Officials say at one point, there were only around 60 headstones standing upright. After much work and help from volunteers, that number today is close to 400. Also, volunteer historians have helped the cemetery’s Find A Grave site grow from 1,802 burials to 3,581.