Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of April 22
You will now be welcomed with a brand new sign when you enter the Village of Mt. Clare.
The newly finished Tropical Sno building was supplied power last week by Ameren.
Mickey Robinson accompanied by Sheriff Don Albrecht, on behalf of the Benld Rotary Club, are presenting a $500.00 check to John Fassero of the Partnership for Educational Excellence. The check will fund a $500.00 scholarship administered through the Partnership for a recipient from this year’s GILLESPIE High School graduating class.The Paws in the Park, sponsored by CCCC, attracted more than 50 pets.
Ellen Gray throws out a girl at first base. The Lady Miners went 5-0 this week.
Tom Hyde presents the new school exterior materials to the school board.
Michael Bussmann starts for the Miners against their game last week versus Bunker Hill. The Miners later lost 5-7.
Judge Kenneth Deihl and Probation Officer Dave Wicker explain Drug Court in Macoupin County to the Area Rotary.
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