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Florissant Remembers the Life
of the‘First Lady’ of Florissant
by Pat Lindsey
Friends of Rosemary Davison are sharing their fondest
memories of Florissant’s “First Lady” as plans are being made for her memorial service at Old St. Ferdinand Shrine on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Davison died on Sept. 23 in Prescott, AZ shortly after moving there to be with her brother, Richard Straub.
The Delmar Loop will host its fourth annual Chalk The Loop chalk festival on Saturday, Oct. 4, from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. (rain date: Oct. 5). Registration / check-in will take place at the Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design west parking lot (6640 Delmar in The Loop) from 8:30 a.m. – noon.
Hazelwood Budget Cuts
Effect Rec Centers Hours
The City of Hazelwood put two tax referendums on the August 5th ballot to create a stream of revenue to help offset its $1.42 million dollar budget deficit. Proposition S passed with a favorable vote of 60 percent; however, Proposition U failed with a favorable vote of 44 percent. Hazelwood needed both of them to pass. Since only one was approved by local voters, the City Council has been forced to make more deep cuts in the budget.
A city spokesman said there is no way these depths of cuts can be made without damaging the quality of municipal services such as recreation, fire, police, street maintenance, code enforcement, leaf vaccuuming and snow removal. Attempts have been made to make these cuts as painless as possible.
Ferguson’s Annual StreetFest scheduled for Sept. 26 & 27 at Victorian Plaza has been cancelled due to the unrest Tuesday night in which one business was vandalized and three protesters were arrested. The Independent News went to press today before we got word that StreetFest has been cancelled and thus a page promoted the event is in Thursday, Sept., 25th edition
Light the Night is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s evening fundraising walk on Saturday, Sept. 27 celebrates and commemorate lives touched by blood cancers.
Participants walk along a two mile route, carrying illuminated lanterns—white for survivors, red for supporters, and gold in memory of a loved one.
A coalition of St. Louis organizations will present #WithNormandy, A Concert for Peace & Unity at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28, in response to the events in Ferguson and throughout the St. Louis community.« Previous Entries Next Entries »