Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of April 1
The Gillespie High School choir poses for a picture in Cleveland, Ohio after visiting the Hard Rock Cafe on the choir trip.
Area youth participate in an Easter Egg Hunt at Big Brick Park on Saturday afternoon.
Abbie Cline dives into second base in the Miners' win over East Alton Wood River.
Kayli Morris leaps into the sand pit as she participates in triple jump.
City crews replace the curb in part off a reconstruction project from the water breaks last year.
Area residents in Benld gather at the Post Office Wednesday afternoon to ask questions about the lease of the building.
Brady Anderson took the mound for the Gillespie Miners in their game against Lincolnwood.
Assistant Superintendent, Joe Tieman, informed the Area Rotary Tuesday about technology upgrades, 8th period, and virtual learning at CUSD #7.
Workers block the road near Welfare Park as crews work to redo the bridges.
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