Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of May 27
Veterans from Staunton, Illinois engage in the ceremony at Benld City Cemetery Monday afternoon. About 30 people were in attendance.
A youngster enjoys a ride in the merry-go-round during Italian American Days.
Kortney Carr was crowned 2012 Miss Black Diamond Days Friday evening.
Jaime Ruckman, of Mt. Clare, shows off her Mustang in the annual KC Car Show. Ruckman took home a first place trophy in the daily drivers category.
The Build Benld Gazebo in downtown Benld recently was upgraded with some landscaping and grass seed. It is just one of the exciting things planned for the gazebo.
Nina Moutrie was crowned Jr. Miss Black Diamond Days Friday evening.
American Flags mark Veteran graves during the week of Memorial Day in cemeteries across the United States.
Jr. Miss contestants pose for a picture in their sportswear outfits during the Black Diamond Days Pageant Friday evening. Nina Moutrie was crowned Jr. Miss with Reese Marshall coming in as first runner-up.
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