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State Rep. Tony McCombie visits school in Rock Falls

In honor of National Service Recognition Day on April 3, state Rep. Tony McCombie, R-Savanna, (top row, third from left) visited Dillon School in Rock Falls to recognize Sauk Valley Community College AmeriCorps and Tri-County Senior Corps members. McCombie read “The Mitten Tree” to Lisa Wolber’s kindergarten class. Also pictured, in no particular order, are Sauk alumna and AmeriCorps volunteer Michaela Avila, and Wolber. Photo submitted by Chris Pilling.
In honor of National Service Recognition Day on April 3, state Rep. Tony McCombie, R-Savanna, (top row, third from left) visited Dillon School in Rock Falls to recognize Sauk Valley Community College AmeriCorps and Tri-County Senior Corps members. McCombie read “The Mitten Tree” to Lisa Wolber’s kindergarten class. Also pictured, in no particular order, are Sauk alumna and AmeriCorps volunteer Michaela Avila, and Wolber. Photo submitted by Chris Pilling.

In honor of National Service Recognition Day on April 3, state Rep. Tony McCombie, R-Savanna, (top row, third from left) visited Dillon School in Rock Falls to recognize Sauk Valley Community College AmeriCorps and Tri-County Senior Corps members. McCombie read “The Mitten Tree” to Lisa Wolber’s kindergarten class. Also pictured, in no particular order, are Sauk alumna and AmeriCorps volunteer Michaela Avila, and Wolber. Photo submitted by Chris Pilling.

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