MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICER GRADUATES FROM FBI ACADEMY
According to information from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, Lieutenant Gary E. Burns recently graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Burns, age 42, is from Edwardsville and has been a member of the Madison County Sheriff’s Department for more than nineteen years and currently serves as a Patrol Division Watch Commander. He attended the 248th Session of the National Academy and was one of 257 graduates representing law enforcement agencies all over the world.
SHOAL CREEK WHITETAILS UNLIMITED HELPS WITH HUNTER SAFETY CLASS
The Shoal Creek Chapter of Whitetails Unlimited recently assisted with the Illinois Hunter Safety Education Class at the KVS Gun Club in Keyesport. Forty-five youth and adults attended the class to receive certification for the Hunter Safety and Education program. Following the class, some of the students enjoyed some hands-on firearms shooting under instructor supervision.
KASKASKIA COLLEGE JOB AND RESOURCE FAIR
Thursday, April 12, Kaskaskia College is hosting a Job/Resource Fair to help individuals learn about employment vacancies in the job market. Kaskaskia College Career Services Specialist Wendy Blythe said the fair will be in the Kaskaskia College Centralia Campus gymnasium, from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. They expect many vendors with job information and resources. Free meals of hot dogs, chips, and soda are included. The job/resource fair is free to vendors and attendees. If you have any questions, call 545-3073.