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Eulalie Durocher Commemorative Garden

On November 4th, a project important to the Historical and Cultural Society of Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu was completed: that of adding an atmosphere of reflection to the burial ground of Eulalie Durocher’s parents.

Mr. Olivier Durocher’s monument was repatriated, a new tomb stone was erected and a commemorative plaque rendered homage to the Durocher family. Shrubs, flowers and two benches adorn this 20 by 20 square-foot space.

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