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Monroe County HCE Earns First Runner-Up Honor

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Monroe County Home and Community Education’s Rosemary Yaekel, Doris Matzenbacher, Rose Anne Bense, Gracia Schlafly and Dorothy Kohler took home several awards while attending the state convention in Effingham.
Monroe County Home and Community Education’s Rosemary Yaekel, Doris Matzenbacher, Rose Anne Bense, Gracia Schlafly and Dorothy Kohler took home several awards while attending the state convention in Effingham.

The Monroe County Home and Community Education took home the second-place award in the County of the Year competition held during the Illinois Association for Home and Community Education’s state conference March 10-12 in Effingham. Monroe County HCE President Rose Anne Bense accepted the first runner-up award from the state president at the gathering inside …

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