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By Tom Anselm
You’ve seen it before, I am sure. Several people sitting together. Friends, family. Not talking. Looking down into their palms, their laps. Not communicating. Oh, wait, yes they are. Just not with each other. Each of them is attentive only to some glowing electronic device.
Key in No.1 Ranking is Florissant Senior Department
By Nichole Butler
Movoto Blog, a blog that reports unique and fun real estate related stories, collected data from 140 small cities in the United States and reported that Florissant was the number one small city in America to retire in, beating out many well known retiree communities in Florida and California.
Research compiled by Moyoto Real Estate Blog
Most people may think of Florida when they think of retiring, but Florissant may soon be a first choice for some.
The Moyoto Real Estate Blog has named Florissant the Best Small City to Retire To. Some other cities in the top ten include Jupiter, Bradenton and Sarasota, all in Florida, Cedar Park and San Marcos, Texas and Fountain Valley, California.
The St. Louis Archdiocese is celebrating the City of St. Louis’ 250th birthday by celebrating the city’s patron saint: St. Louis IX, King of France. A cartoon representation of St. Louis (a.k.a. “Flat Louie”) is being photographed at various locations around the area.
Many hands make for light work. Girl Scout Troop 67 found this old saying to be true as they helped Camp Cedarledge Alumni renovate the recreation porch at the camp, located in Jefferson County.« Previous Entries Next Entries »