Stan and Lois (light blue shirts center) are surrounded by Girl Scouts from the Trenton, Lebanon and New Baden area. At left is Leslie Geissler Munger, Illinois comptroller, and at right is Angie Zahn, Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Board of Directors member. Stan and Lois were recognized by Comptroller Munger yesterday at the Illinois State Fair for their outstanding volunteerism to girls and community service. Aug. 17 was Senior Citizens Day and Girl Scout Day at the Illinois State Fair.
Stan and Lois (light blue shirts center) are surrounded by Girl Scouts from the Trenton, Lebanon and New Baden area. At left is Leslie Geissler Munger, Illinois comptroller, and at right is Angie Zahn, Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Board of Directors member. Stan and Lois were recognized by Comptroller Munger yesterday at the Illinois State Fair for their outstanding volunteerism to girls and community service. Aug. 17 was Senior Citizens Day and Girl Scout Day at the Illinois State Fair. Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Courtesy photo
Stan and Lois (light blue shirts center) are surrounded by Girl Scouts from the Trenton, Lebanon and New Baden area. At left is Leslie Geissler Munger, Illinois comptroller, and at right is Angie Zahn, Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Board of Directors member. Stan and Lois were recognized by Comptroller Munger yesterday at the Illinois State Fair for their outstanding volunteerism to girls and community service. Aug. 17 was Senior Citizens Day and Girl Scout Day at the Illinois State Fair. Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Courtesy photo

Trenton couple recognized by Illinois Comptroller at Illinois State Fair for volunteerism

August 22, 2015 7:20 AM

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