The Annual Mary McHugh Citizens of Character Dinner is named for longtime educator Mary McHugh. In this archival photo, Mary was honored by Belleville Mayor Mark Eckert at the Belleville 200th Anniversary Fourth of July celebration at Southwestern Illinois College. She died in 2014.
The Annual Mary McHugh Citizens of Character Dinner is named for longtime educator Mary McHugh. In this archival photo, Mary was honored by Belleville Mayor Mark Eckert at the Belleville 200th Anniversary Fourth of July celebration at Southwestern Illinois College. She died in 2014. Tim Vizer
The Annual Mary McHugh Citizens of Character Dinner is named for longtime educator Mary McHugh. In this archival photo, Mary was honored by Belleville Mayor Mark Eckert at the Belleville 200th Anniversary Fourth of July celebration at Southwestern Illinois College. She died in 2014. Tim Vizer

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