Russellville School Board Breaks Ground on New Track/Parking Lot Project

Newly elected members of the Cole County R-I School Board for the 2011-2012 School Year help break ground on the new track and parking lot to be built over the course of approximately 120 days to be completed by late fall Tuesday, May 31; from left, is 2010 Russellville Grad and Lady Indian State Track Champion Sarah Koestner, Randy Koestner (secretary), William Kautsch (vice president/treasurer), Doug Morrow (member), Kris Kirchner (president), Jim Campbell (member), Mike Bungart (member), Mark Thompson (member) and Cole County R-I School District Superintendent Jerry Hobbs.

Newly elected members of the Cole County R-I School Board for the 2011-2012 School Year help break ground on the new track and parking lot to be built over the course of approximately 120 days to be completed by late fall Tuesday, May 31; from left, is 2010 Russellville Grad and Lady Indian State Track Champion Sarah Koestner, Randy Koestner (secretary), William Kautsch (vice president/treasurer), Doug Morrow (member), Kris Kirchner (president), Jim Campbell (member), Mike Bungart (member), Mark Thompson (member) and Cole County R-I School District Superintendent Jerry Hobbs. Photo by John Inman.

Photos of the Russellville School Board Breaking Ground on the New Track/Parking Lot Project.

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Current and former members of the Russellville Track Team who along with community members helped break ground on the new track/parking lot project at Cole Country R-I High School, Russellville, Tuesday, May 31; from left, are Zach Lovelace, Sean Lovelace (coach), Karen Platter (Russellville City Clerk), Grace Young (current member), Clayton Thompson (current member), Calla Lovell (2008 graduate and former member), Alisha Koestner (2005 graduate and former member), Sarah Koestner (2010 graduate and former member), Taylor Young (current member) and Craig Miller (coach).

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Members of the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce joined with members of the Cole County R-I School Board and showed their support and helped break ground on the new track/parking lot project at Cole Country R-I High School, Russellville, Tuesday, May 31.

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