Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of December 18
The United Methodist Church in Gillespie displays their lighted nativity scene.
Tom Hyde displays his plan for the new elementary school. As of today, the project is about 6 weeks behind.
Mrs. Price, Mrs. Luketich, Mrs. Henderson, and Ms. Jubelt's classes collected items to donate to the Gillespie Caring Center. The classes collected approximately 75 cans.
Santa stops in for a visit at The Finishing Touch salon in Benld.
Eric Tiller takes first place in Cuberland Invitational in the 145 weight class.
Hayward and Baker continue to grout the mine on the new elementary school site. The company aims at completing the grout work in Febraury.
Nick Jarman and Daniel Dobrino double team an offender in their match-up against Bunker Hill. The Indians went on later to win.
Tim Wargo was the winner of the technology basket raffled off by GMS and BES. $284 was raised for technology from the raffle.
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