Limestone’s Moms Who Care program wins big award

BARTONVILLE — The Moms Who Care program at Limestone Community High School in Bartonville is winning the Governor’s Hometown Award.

Representatives from the high school and the project were invited to attend a ceremony at the Governor’s Mansion in Springfield on Nov. 15, where they will receive a plaque and road sign to honor their achievements.

The Moms Who Care program gathers donations to fulfill student needs, such as clothing, food, hygiene supplies and school supplies.

To learn more about the program, click here. 

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