6th ANNUAL SATURDAY JUBILEE FOOD DRIVE – JULY 26TH, 2014
ST. LOUIS, July 18, 2014 – On Saturday, July 26, St. Louis’ largest distributor of free food for the hungry, Operation Food Search, is hosting Saturday Jubilee, a community-wide food drive to restock its distribution center this summer. The 6th annual Saturday Jubilee is from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at 118 grocery stores throughout the St. Louis region, including Dierbergs Markets, Schnuck Markets, Walmart Stores, Straub’s Markets, Price Chopper, and Shop ‘n Save. For a complete listing of Saturday Jubilee collection sites, visit www.OperationFoodSearch.org.
2014 ARCHIDIOCESE CITY/COUNTY YOUTH SOFTBALL PLAYOFFS
COMES TO THE CITY OF FLORISSANT
Mayor Thomas P. Schneider announce dthat the City of Florissant is assisting the North County CYC District to host the 2014 Archdiocese City/County Youth Softball Playoffs that will continue all this week except on Friday and conclude with the finals on Sunday, July 28
New Episode Debuts Sunday, July 27 at noon (CDT) on MSNBC featurea Spanish Lake veteran
The monthly event and docu-series Wounded: The Battle Back, which profiles the harrowing stories of wounded veterans, returns July 27 with “Dennis.” Presented by Wounded Warrior Project®, the series highlights the 10th anniversary of the non-profit service organization and brings to life the experiences of wounded warriors suffering both visible and invisible wounds as they struggle to reclaim their post-war lives.
In a summer full of sequel, prequels, and remakes, it might be helpful to plan ahead, so here is a short preview of what is coming to local theaters.
OPENING on FRIDAY, JULY 18
By Tom Anselm
Due to the opportunity of writing ‘real news’ these past few column entries, I have missed a few calendar milestones that always make for good topics. So today I hope to combine them, they being Father’s Day and Independence Day, into a coherent riff. Let us begin with the Founding Fathers.
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council passed a substitute bill regarding the city pay plan at Monday night’s meeting. The original bill caused some controversy with local TV media and social media over compensation for some department heads