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Gazebo honors couple's community spirit

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By Vince Luecke

TELL CITY - A new City Hall gazebo dedicated last week honors the memories of a couple who always felt blessed to live in Tell City, their sons said Wednesday.

The family of the late Charles "Chick" and Virginia Borders stepped forward to acknowledge their sponsorship of the gazebo that hosted its first Schweizer Fest events last week and will serve the community for decades to come.

Brothers Gene and Bill Borders presented a plaque to Mayor Barbara Ewing naming the structure the Charles and Virginia Borders Colonnade.


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