Lincoln Monument Re-Dedication, 6/10

Please join Mayor James L. Milinazzo for a Ceremonial Re-Dedication of the Lincoln Monument

Thursday, June 10, 2010, at 11 a.m.


2 Lincoln Street

(corner of Chelmsford Street)

The monument was “Erected by The School Children of Lowell” in 1909 as a memorial to our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln. Through the cooperative effort of the Lowell Heritage Partnership and the City of Lowell the monument has been restored and refurbished this spring.

 To RSVP or for more information call or email Diane Bujnowski at (978) 970-4041or

Special thanks to the staffs of the City Manager’s Office, Lowell Historic Board, and City’s Parks and Recreation Dept. for their efforts in overseeing the monument restoration and site spruce-up. Funding from the Human Services Corp. Endowment at the Greater Lowell Community Foundation allowed the Lowell Heritage Partnership to contribute to the project.

One Response to Lincoln Monument Re-Dedication, 6/10

  1. Lynne says:

    Heh, I literally pass that monument by every single day, pretty much. :D

    But, I might be evented-out by then…what with the painting of the living room and the Wed house party for Eileen. :)