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Childrens Christmas Pageant

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  • January 17, 2018

St. Paul’s UCC in Monee once again was proud to host our annual Children’s Christmas Pageant. Directed by Shannon Reading and Candi Myers. Narrated by Amy Deutsche. Photo Credit Candi Myers.

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Love Monee

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  • October 6, 2017

For more information please visit LOVEMONEE.ORG

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St. Paul’s Cemetery Letter

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  • May 16, 2016

March 24, 2016 Dear Friends of St Paul’s Cemetery,  St Paul’s Cemetery in Monee has always been a place of quiet reflection and gentle repose. When I was a child I can remember walking hand in hand with my Dad as he told me the stories of the people who had come before us. It still feels good to visit the graves of family and friends and to take a few minutes in the quiet park-like atmosphere to reflect. When we come to lay flowers on the graves of our loved ones, and remember them, it is comforting to see […]

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Last Of Three Monee Cemetery Vandals Gets Jail, Probation

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  • April 3, 2014

Last Of Three Monee Cemetery Vandals Gets Jail, Probation Third St. Paul Cemetery vandal gets 68 days in jail, three years probation and $4,183 in fines Source: russell-publications.com Karen Haave  /  April 3, 2014 ST. PAUL CEMETERY in Monee sustained an estimated $100,000 worth of damage at the hands of three vandals in November 2012. The last of the three was sentenced on March 10 to 68 days in jail, three years of probation and more than $4,000 in fines, including $1,500 in restitution. — photo by Karen Haave The last of three males charged in the 2012 vandalism at St. Paul Cemetery […]

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Vandals Hit Monee Cemetery

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  • November 20, 2012

Vandals Hit Monee Cemetery Many tombstones damaged or destroyed source: chicagotribune.com November 20, 2012|By Steve Schmadeke, Chicago Tribune reporter Dozens of tombstones in a south suburb’s cemetery were toppled or broken over the weekend, an act of vandalism that left many in the small town feeling “violated,” its mayor said. St. Paul’s Cemetery dates back to Monee’s earliest days as a German farming community in the 1850s, and some of the damaged grave markers date from that era, officials said. Police said 44 tombstones were damaged, but officials overseeing the cemetery said more than 100 grave markers were destroyed. A […]

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