Local cemeteries being restored


The Champaign County Cemetery Restoration Project LLC will provide an update of its work in local cemeteries, recognize those assisting with the project and discuss future work during a public presentation 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Champaign County Historical Society Museum, located on East Lawn Avenue. Photos of completed work and of work in progress will be displayed. Light refreshments will be available. The Kingscreek M.E. Cemetery on Clark Road at Herr Road, shown in the photo, is one of the cemeteries receiving a sign and attention. Salem Township has kept the cemetery in good shape, but the fence needed cleaning and there was no sign. Joe Rizzutti (in photo), vice president of the CCCRP, directed the fence cleaning and placement of the sign.

The Champaign County Cemetery Restoration Project LLC will provide an update of its work in local cemeteries, recognize those assisting with the project and discuss future work during a public presentation 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Champaign County Historical Society Museum, located on East Lawn Avenue. Photos of completed work and of work in progress will be displayed. Light refreshments will be available. The Kingscreek M.E. Cemetery on Clark Road at Herr Road, shown in the photo, is one of the cemeteries receiving a sign and attention. Salem Township has kept the cemetery in good shape, but the fence needed cleaning and there was no sign. Joe Rizzutti (in photo), vice president of the CCCRP, directed the fence cleaning and placement of the sign.


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The Champaign County Cemetery Restoration Project LLC will provide an update of its work in local cemeteries, recognize those assisting with the project and discuss future work during a public presentation 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Champaign County Historical Society Museum, located on East Lawn Avenue. Photos of completed work and of work in progress will be displayed. Light refreshments will be available. The Kingscreek M.E. Cemetery on Clark Road at Herr Road, shown in the photo, is one of the cemeteries receiving a sign and attention. Salem Township has kept the cemetery in good shape, but the fence needed cleaning and there was no sign. Joe Rizzutti (in photo), vice president of the CCCRP, directed the fence cleaning and placement of the sign.

The Champaign County Cemetery Restoration Project LLC will provide an update of its work in local cemeteries, recognize those assisting with the project and discuss future work during a public presentation 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Champaign County Historical Society Museum, located on East Lawn Avenue. Photos of completed work and of work in progress will be displayed. Light refreshments will be available. The Kingscreek M.E. Cemetery on Clark Road at Herr Road, shown in the photo, is one of the cemeteries receiving a sign and attention. Salem Township has kept the cemetery in good shape, but the fence needed cleaning and there was no sign. Joe Rizzutti (in photo), vice president of the CCCRP, directed the fence cleaning and placement of the sign.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/10/web1_00000001.jpgThe Champaign County Cemetery Restoration Project LLC will provide an update of its work in local cemeteries, recognize those assisting with the project and discuss future work during a public presentation 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Champaign County Historical Society Museum, located on East Lawn Avenue. Photos of completed work and of work in progress will be displayed. Light refreshments will be available. The Kingscreek M.E. Cemetery on Clark Road at Herr Road, shown in the photo, is one of the cemeteries receiving a sign and attention. Salem Township has kept the cemetery in good shape, but the fence needed cleaning and there was no sign. Joe Rizzutti (in photo), vice president of the CCCRP, directed the fence cleaning and placement of the sign. Submitted photo