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FEMA Opens Disaster Recovery Center in Ferguson
FEMA has opened a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) at the Cottonwood Plaza, 10427 West Florissant Ave., Ferguson, to help those whose homes or businesses were affected by recent storms and tornadoes. On May 9,, the President issued a major disaster declaration for the State of Missouri to help individuals and communities recover from the severe storms, tornadoes and flooding beginning on April 19, , and continuing.
The Greater North County Chamber of Commerce installs 2011-12 Officers, Board of Directors.The 2011-12 Board of Directors of the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce were sworn-in at the chamber’s annual Installation Dinner on April 15 at Yacovell’s Restaurant in Florissant. The 2011-12 Executive Board includes Scott Schneider, US Bank, Chairman of the Board; Julie Berthold, Garden Villas North, Vice Chairwoman; Howard Nimmons, Nimmons Wealth Management, Secretary; Dr. Barbara Eichler, Community Animal Hospital, Treasurer; and Dave Otto, Handyman True Value Hardware, Past Chairman. The 2011-12 Board of Directors are Diana Gulotta, Hazelwood School District; Richard Henefer, Don Henefer Jewelers, Inc.; Roann Keeven, Arbonne International; Kenneth McGhee, Archway Memorial Chapel; John Otte, Chili’s; Colleen Simon; Craig Szczuka, Falcon Equipment; Guy Tinker, ITS Computers; Patrick Viets, BrightStar Care; and Don Zykan, IESI Waste Systems.
Donations from LiveWell Ferguson 5K to support local tornado relief, youth scholarships at Emerson YMCA
Organizers of LiveWell Ferguson 5K Twilight Run/Walk will share donations from the event to support local relief efforts from the Good Friday tornado, as well as provide scholarships for youth to participate in summer programs at the Emerson Family YMCA, located in North St. Louis County.
Red Cross Offers Clean-Up Supplies in Dellwood;
Shelter Remains Open in Maryland Heights
Red Cross volunteers continue damage assessments and mobile feeding in neighborhoods
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Clean up efforts along
Airport Road in Berkeley on
Bob Lindsey photos
Griffith Students Attending Ferguson Middle For Rest of School Year
Because of Storm Damage Griffith is Unsafe
Because of the damage from the tornado that hit Ferguson last Friday, Griffith Elementary School,located at 200 Day Drive in Ferguson, has been declared unsafe to use for the rest of this school year.
Cleanup crews and Ameren Electric continued work throughout North County Monday, moving debris and trees from the properties throughout North County. These photos were taken Ferguson Monday morning, one of the area’s hit in the 10-mile stretch of tornado damage in North County« Previous Entries Next Entries »