Red Bud Council recognized area Girl Scouts and Friess at Monday’s meeting

GIRL SCOUT WEEK PROCLAMATION–At Monday night’s council meeting, Red Bud Mayor Tim Lowry signed a proclamation declaring the week of March 7-13 as Girl Scout Week. Several Girl Scouts from troops in Service Unit 57 – Randolph County North were in attendance at the meeting and are pictured with Lowry following the proclamation signing.

THANKED FOR SERVICE–Mayor Tim Lowry on Monday night also thanked David Friess for his service on the Red Bud City Council, presenting him with a plaque.

Two recognitions were made at Monday night’s Red Bud City Council meeting, the first for area Girl Scouts and the other thanking David Friess for his time on the council.

Mayor Tim Lowry recognized area Girl Scouts by reading a proclamation recognizing National Girl Scout Week, March 7-13. 

He also took the opportunity to thank the Scouts for all of the work they have done in the community, from service projects and community beautification. Lowry also congratulated them on all the good work they have done in the community.

Lowry then recognized David Friess, who had served on the city council from January 2016 to January of this year, stepping down as an alderman following his November election win for state representative in the 116th District.

He thanked Friess for his service and presented him with a plaque.

For more from the Red Bud City Council meeting, please see this week’s print edition