Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of November 27
Santa visited with children during the Holiday Sparkle hosted by CCCC. Santa was available for 3 hours and saw over 50 children.
Luke Vermeulen presents a video from a exploration in the mine at the new Elementary school site. Vermeulen informed the school board that everything is going according to plan and the mines are dry.
Derrick Tiburzi wrestles this week in Mt. Olive's first home match of the season. Mt. Olive faced off against Waterloo and Carlyle.
The Christmas lights are up and shining bright on Benld Main Street.
The 8th grade Indians took first place in the Staunton tournament after they defeated Southwestern 45-31.
The Coal Country Chamber of Commerce's Choo-Choo made a stop Friday evening during the Holiday Sparkle in front of Toprani's and CP's Five & Dine.
Michael Bussmann puts it in for 2 points with a hand in his face. The Miners later lost 45-21.
The parking lot at Benld Public Library is now open and accessible. The parking lot was previously shut down due to construction work.
Haylie Kirkwood takes it up to the basketball strong. The Miners later lost 41-31.
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