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BETHALTO — The Civic Memorial High School After-Prom Committee is hosting its second annual Holiday Home Tour of Bethalto from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, featuring homes in various styles and decorated for the holidays.
This year’s tour includes the home of Randy and Kathy Marmino, which has been featured in several magazines, including Country Living and Better Homes and Gardens; Ron and Kelly Mays’ home on Fields Drive, Clay and Paula Naugles’ home on Roosevelt, the Kennedy-Klein Home, the oldest home in Bethalto, owned by George and Mary Tucker; Brian and Terri Keister’s home on Whispering Oaks Drive and Dan Merli’s home on Lilac Drive.
Tickets are on sale at Liberty Bank in Bethalto, Weeping Willow Restaurant, El Mezcal in Bethalto and First National Bank in Bethalto. Tickets can be purchased for $20 each and allow guests entrance to all of the homes on the tour. The Bethalto School District office will serve as a welcome station during the hours of the tour and refreshments will be provided by Mayor Alan Winslow and Bethalto School District Superintendent Charles Stegall.
Proceeds from the tour will benefit the 2016 CMHS After Prom, supporting a drug and alcohol-free, fun-filled event with the general premise of “keep our kids safe.”
For information on the efforts of the CMHS 2016 After Prom committee, visit its Facebook page, “CMHS After Prom”; or call (618) 789-0389.