SBL AdvantAge 50 is offering a day trip on Tuesday, May 21 to Bonne Terre Mine in Bonne Terre, MO, where you will enjoy a tour of the mine and a boat trip to view submerged equipment and other treasures.

The group will enjoy lunch at the Blue Owl Restaurant, Kimswick, Mi famous for its levee-high apple pie. Following lunch, the group will visit the Missouri History Museum exhibit of “Muny Memoriies – 100 Seasons on Stage.” The final destination of the day Ted Drewes on Route 66, famous for its frozen custard.

The cost of the trip is $175 per person, which includes lunch, admission to the mine, a frozen treat at Ted Drewes and tip for the driver. The bus will leave the Cross County Mall south of J.C. Penney’s at 6:30 a.m.

For more information about this trip, or about Sarah Bush Lincoln’s AdvantAge 50, a free membership program open to anyone 50 years and better, call Janet Truesdale at 217-258-2422, or email her at advantage50@sblhs.org.

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