Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of July 8
Quality Flooring makes their second move this week. They are now located in the previous detailing shop on Staunton Road.
Tonya Hills takes a picture with girls from vacation bible school at Trinity Baptist Church.
The Benld Public Library recently laid parking blocks on the building side to prevent cars from backing into the building. There is still no parking allowed on that side of the lot due to the fire lane.
Laura Halpin pitches as Payton Anderson plays shortstop in the background. The pair, along with Abbie Cline, played in the junior olympic Illinois vs. Missouri All-Star game. The game ended at with a 3-3 tie.
Dave Link questions Kevin Polo during the Gillespie City Council meeting about his 2 lots.
Shari Albrecht, Executive Director of Macoupin Economic Development Partnership presented both Kozemczak and Goode with certificates of appreciation for their commitment to small business development.
PVT EZEKIEL CLEMENTS(right) and CPT FOSTER(left), enlisting officer at St Louis MEPS.
Jim Kelly replaces Dave Chiardo on the Benld City Council this week. Kelly will take over Ward #3.
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