3RD ANNIVERSARY OF NATIONAL ROAD INTERPRETIVE CENTER IN VANDALIA
The National Road Interpretive Center in Vandalia is celebrating their 3rd anniversary Saturday, February 11. National Road Association of Illinois President Mary Truitt said they would be open from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and will have activities for children pertaining to things about the National Road and that time in history. At 4:00 p.m., local historian Linda Hanabarger will talk about the people who traveled on the road and what they did for Illinois. Greenville’s John Goldsmith, the Director of the National Road Association of Illinois, will present information on the history of the road. Truitt believes both presentations will be extremely interesting. The National Road was the first major highway in the United States to be built by the federal government and extends from Cumberland, Maryland to Vandalia. If you have any questions, call Mary at 283-1534.
FOUR LOCATIONS IN GREENVILLE VANDALIZED BY SPRAY PAINT
Greenville Police Officers are seeking information regarding recent vandalism of four Greenville business buildings. Sergeant Deb Keserauskis said the businesses were damaged with spray paint. Greenville Police believe the vandalism occurred sometime Sunday night and are asking anyone with any information regarding the spray painting to contact the Greenville Police Department at 664-2131. Painted markings on the buildings were of the letter "k" and included a normal looking letter with the other a mirror image of the first, placed side by side. Damage to each building is estimated at $50.00.
LIBRARY CLOSED FEBRUARY 11
The Greenville Public Library will be closed Saturday, February 11 for maintenance. If you have questions, call the library at 664-3115.