Mundelein


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Mundelein

(mən`dəlīn) village (1990 pop. 21,215), Lake co., NW of Chicago, NE Ill.; founded 1835 as Mechanics Grove, inc. 1909. The name was changed in 1926 to honor George Cardinal Mundelein. Its light industries produce a variety of household goods. The Univ. of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary is there.
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LaVista Drive, Mundelein. The field is limited to 150, and there is no race day registration.
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The Mundelein Arts Commission has announced the top three winners in the second annual "This is Mundelein" photography contest.
For the first time in nearly 47 years, Mundelein officials have chosen a new attorney to advise and represent them on most municipal issues.
Volunteers are needed for the 9th annual Mundelein Arts Festival, Sept.
Byline: Submitted by Matt Paolelli, Mundelein Seminary
A Mundelein man accused of falsely claiming a gunman was at his place of employment as a scheme to leave work early pleaded guilty to felony disorderly conduct Wednesday.
The Mundelein Arts Commission is hosting a short story contest for adults 18 and over, and students in or entering grades 9-12 this fall.
Byline: Submitted Mundelein High School District 120