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Millstadt Sister Cities Earns Top State Award

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Longtime Millstadt Sister Cities members Otto and Charlene Faulbaum and John Baltz, right, accept the Illinois Sister Cities Associations’ ‘Sister City Of The Year’ award during the Illinois Municipal League Conference this past weekend in Chicago. Otto and John are both Millstadt Cities’ past presidents, while Charlene has served as the board’s corresponding secretary.
Longtime Millstadt Sister Cities members Otto and Charlene Faulbaum and John Baltz, right, accept the Illinois Sister Cities Associations’ ‘Sister City Of The Year’ award during the Illinois Municipal League Conference this past weekend in Chicago. Otto and John are both Millstadt Cities’ past presidents, while Charlene has served as the board’s corresponding secretary.

The Millstadt Sister Cities has been named tops in the state for 2019. The organization earned the Sister City Of The Year award from the Illinois Sister Cities Association Annual Conference. The award was presented this past weekend during the Illinois Municipal League Conference in Chicago. Millstadt’s sister city is Gross-Bieberau, Germany, due south of …

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