Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of November 13
The Build Benld Gazebo is nearing completion.
The 7th grade Indians take second place in the tournament last week. They lost in the championship to Collinsville.
Kellie Vesper makes a purchase at the Holiday Market. Hundreds turned out to support Education Station Pre-K.
Taylor Wasylenko signs a letter of intent to play soccer at Robert Morris University. Wasylenko will start college in the fall of 2012.
Jim Savant resigns as supervisor in Benld. An article will be published midweek announcing the city's final decision.
The Lady Miners play hard defense against Wesclin in the first game of the Southwestern tournament. The girls lost 43-42 in overtime.
Andy Manar proclaims Saturday, November 26 "Small Business Saturday" in Macoupin County.
GHS Student Council held a can drive for the Gillespie Caring Center. Student council was able to collect well over 800 cans.
Karli Carr takes it to the hoop in the middle school girls game against Bunker Hill. The Indians later won 22-18 in overtime.
Frank Barrett explains where the Christmas trees are dropped in the lake to the Gillespie Council.
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