HAPPY ENDING TO MISSING MAN STORY
Yesterday, the Madison County Sheriff’s department reported a missing person, Charles Hatton, age 70, of Godfrey. His family said that Hatton had gotten into his car around 10pm Monday night, and started driving to an unknown location. Around 5:30 Tuesday evening Hatton and the vehicle were both found near Hamel. Hatton was alert and physically unharmed. The family was notified and a potentially tragic story has a happy ending.
KINGSBURY PARK DISTRICT MEETING
July's Kingsbury Park District meeting started off with much talk about the 4th of July fireworks. The spectators donated a total of $814 with over 1000 people attending from many communities. It was noted that the Gordon Hediger family donated the special portion of the fireworks.
President Dave Barbey signed off on all of the paperwork concerning the funds coming from the government to be used for the skateboard park and the paperwork is on the way to the comptroller. The park district is expecting the funds with in 60 days.
A representative from Luallen, Cearlock and Barth/LTD went over the 2007 Financial Statement. In light of the banking industry having some problems, the representative stated that all of the funds for the Park District were within the requirements for the FDIC insurance.
The pool will be hosting special movie nights on Wednesday and Saturday nights, starting on Wednesday, July16th. Contact the park district for a full schedule.