Lincoln Portrait At Courthouse

During the Fourth Fest celebration in downtown Greenville on June 30, a special presentation, in honor of Illinois’ 200th anniversary, will take place at the Bond County Courthouse.

Rex Catron, co-chair of the Fourth Fest Committee, said the Illinois Judges Association and Illinois Bar Association have provided a framed Lincoln portrait to every county in the state.

Catron said the courthouse will be open around 2:30 Saturday afternoon for people to look at the portrait in the courthouse. A special presentation will be held at 2:45.

Click below to hear Catron invite local residents:

The courthouse ceremony will be followed by a concert from the Greenville Municipal Band at 3 o’clock on the courthouse lawn.

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