Menomonie church breaks ground for $1,500,000 expansion

Courtesy: St. Paul's Lutheran Church
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MENOMONIE, Wis. (WEAU) -- The second groundbreaking ceremony in a local church's 143-year history triggers the start of a $1,500,000 expansion.

Members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Menomonie recently gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony in the church parking lot. The expansion will include handicap accessibility, an improved gathering space, a library, and offices.

The only other groundbreaking ceremony the church has held was for its original construction in 1871. The expansion is expected to be finished before Christmas.

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