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Friday, Aug, 28
Free Tai Chi for Seniors at St. Catherine Retirement Community, 3350 St. Catherine Street, at 10 a.m. Reduce stress, strengthen joints and develop balance and coordination. RSVP by calling 314-838-3877.
Municipal Court Judge McCullin Orders Major
Changes in the Ferguson Court System
City of Ferguson Municipal Court Judge Donald McCullin, who was appointed to his position in June 2015, is making sweeping changes in the Ferguson Municipal Court. Judge McCullin announced today an order to withdraw all arrest warrants issued before December 31, 2014 and an order changing the conditions for Pre-Trial Release. Defendants will then be given new court dates along with alternative dispositions, such as payment plans, community service and/or commuting fines for indigent persons.
The American Red Cross and Sport Clips Haircuts are teaming up to offer a free haircut coupon to those who donate blood or platelets during September.
Those who come to the designated sites to give blood Sept. 1-30 will receive a coupon for a free haircut via email a few days after their donation. The coupon is valid through Nov. 8. Donors must have a valid email address on record to receive the coupon.
Whether you’re a car enthusiast, a classics lover or you just enjoy cool fast cars, the Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower is the place to be Saturday, August 29, from 4 to 7 p.m. Guests are invited to bring their classic, antique or just plain cool car to the Tower for the first ever evening ‘Car Cruise In.’ It’s also okay to just savor the sight of awesome cars while enjoying a soda, hot dog and chips provided by the Friendship General Baptist Youth Group.
The St. Louis County Department of Public Health is strongly urging all residents to stay current with all recommended vaccinations as part of the observation of National Immunization Awareness Month this August.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded St. Louis Community College (SLCC) over $3 million in funding for Student Support Services projects. The funds come from the department’s TRIO program, which provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements and works to motivate students to graduate.« Previous Entries Next Entries »