Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of January 8
Bussmann wins the opening tip off in the boys game against South Fork Kincaid. The boys lost all three of their games last week.
Mickey Robinson explains why the civic center needs new tables. The council voted Robinson could purchase more tables pending civic donations.
Coach Easton returned for his first game in months. The Miners went on to break their 4 game losing streak with Coach Easton back.
Chief of Police Jared DePoppe advised the council during a regularly scheduled council meeting that the department collected $600 from ordinances.
Children in grades kindergarten through fifth grade posed for a picture with Principal Angela Turcol. Anyone that obtained their Accelerated Reader goals were eligible to attend.
Ellen Gray takes the ball to the basket in the loss against Jerseyville. The girls won two out of three games last week.
Heritage Health is back open and is no long under quarantine. The bug lasted 2 weeks and affected 52 residents and 17 staff members.
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