Pictured are L&C President’s Circle and Alton Pride, Inc. members Dennis and Karen Wilson, and community volunteer Ann Bowen. Photo by Jan Dona, L&C Marketing & PR.

GODFREY –Lewis and Clark Community College welcomed about 250 guests to a culminating celebration of the Monticello Sculpture Gardens’ 10th annual summer garden show, “Budding Masterpieces,” Thursday evening.

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The event featured free food, drinks, music, garden tours, crafts with The MAC (Macoupin Art Collective) bus, and a chance to play games on the Hatheway Cultural Center lawn with Trailblazers athletes. Guests were invited to take home a cut flower from Rudy’s Flower Truck, of St. Louis, as a souvenir.

“Budding Masterpieces” is open to the public for self-guided tours through September. Maps are available at the Campus Safety building at L&C’s north entrance.

To learn more about L&C’s Monticello Sculpture Gardens, contact Horticulture Manager Ethan Braasch at ebraasch@lc.edu or visit www.lc.edu/gardens.

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