Photos from the week: Roscoe Township Community Center, Drive 815


Drive 815 owner Jalen Ponder and associates helped set up the inflatable movie screen for Jungle Cruise on July 16 at Rockton Athletic Fields.

With approximately 31,354 residents in Rockton and Roscoe, there's always something new to see in town.

The foundation has been laid in concrete and steel for Roscoe Township Community Center in Founders Park. Photo taken July 18, 2022.

Home - In Rockton is a new addition to the shops of Main Street Rockton. The decor/gift store had its grand opening on June 25.

Waiting for dusk so the drive-in movie can begin, families enjoyed games, face painting, balloon tying, and concession snacks at the The Drive 815 showing of Jungle Cruise on July 16, 2022.

The Pregnancy Care Center of Rockford raffled off more than 30 gift baskets at The Drive 815's June 16 movie showing at Rockton Athletic Fields. Designed by Save the Storks, their mobile testing van offers ultrasound, pregnancy and STI tests throughout the Stateline region.

Yes, at Rockton's own pop-up drive-in movie theater, even the screen pops ups. Staff from The Drive 815 get ready for their July 16 showing at Rockton Athletic Fields.

The sign at Main Street Square in Roscoe is freshly filled with some of the names of tenants. The popular, upscale shopping center is fully rented. The 3Rs Learning Materials Center is hosting a business highlight on Thursday, July 21.

Not shown: the mama turkey and six baby chicks crossing Ray Drive in Hinkles Wooded Acres. They were just too shy to get a close-up. We call them "the little giblets."

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