Happy May Granite City!
Holy cow!  We hope everyone made it through the recent hail storms without much damage.  City Hall,
Gateway Regional Medical Center and many downtown residents did not fare so well.  Our thoughts are
with them as they are busy putting things back together.

If you are looking for hail damage repair, or to be inspected for damage, consider our newest advertiser
A1 Top Quality Construction, LLC.  This is a locally owned company, manned with local workers, they are
also on City Hall's list of approved contractors for our city.

Happy Mother's Day to all our mothers out there this month.  The Mexican Honorary Commission
will be celebrating Cinco De Mayo on May 5th, see their advertisement below.
Also, there will be a fund raising trivia night for our own Good Samaritan House this month.
This is such a worthy cause, and they depend on the support of our citizens to continue to provide for
homeless mothers and their children.  They are always in need of toiletries, cleaning supplies, toys and clothes.
Please visit their page which can be found in the "Organizations" section of our website.

Remember to check out all the yard sales in our "Yard Sale" section because it's yard sale time in Granite City!
Wilson Park in Springtime - Contributed by Discussion Board Member BillMac
Wilson Park in Springtime - Contributed by Discussion Board Member BillMac
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Where you in Mr. Kirksey's Class in 1968?
This month's GraniteCityGossip.com photo is a
plaque residing on the Nameoki United
Methodist Church on Pontoon Road, built in 1964.  
Virgil Harold Dulgeroff was a local architect whose
office was located at the Goldman Building in East
St. Louis, and who resided here, in Granite City, at
3902 Franklin Avenue with his wife and two
children.
Mr. Dulgeroff was born May 3, 1914, and was
responsible for designing hundreds of schools, city
halls and other municipal and county facilities,
shopping centers and other commercial buildings,
and several personal residences throughout the
central Midwest. He served as president of
Southern Illinois AIA several times, first to serve two
consecutive terms.
Mr. Dulgeroff passed away on Thanksgiving Day
2001 in Florida.