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Revived Florissant Valley Branch Library More than Just Books

Story and photos By Nichole Richardson

Teen Center pg 4   The newly renovated Florissant Valley branch of the St. Louis County library, located at 195 New Florissant Rd., is a gold mine of the unexpected. From the outside looking in, it appears not much has changed, but the moment you walk through the doors it’s evident that a major transformation has taken place.

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HELPING HANDS FOOD PANTRY JAZZ RECEPTION AUG. 18

The Helping Hands Food Pantry will hold their 2nd annual Jazz Reception and fund raiser Friday August 18, 2017 at 6pm at the Ann O. McDonald Banquet hall 11410 Old Halls Ferry Rd. Florissant, Mo. We will honor leaders of our community for their work in the areas of youth education, development and empowerment; healthcare outreach, and community action. Music will be provided by 3 Central.   Tickets are $35.00. Please call Sylvia Stevenson 314-750-1180 for tickets or tickets can be purchased at the door.

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR

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Thursday, Aug. 10

   St. Mark’s Fashions for Food clothing sale, 315 Graham Rd., 8:30-11 a.m. All proceeds go to local food pantries. Sale is second Thursday of each month. (837-9404.)

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The Dining Divas Check Out No. County’s Irma Jean’s Neighborhood Restaurant

Lisa Kampeter

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by Lisa Kampeter

  It’s not often that the Dining Divas stay north for our dinner outings. When we’re fortunate enough to get a new, non-chain restaurant in town, many of us living in the area check it out before we think about getting the group there. This month, at the request of a couple North County Divas, we went to Irma Jean’s Neighborhood Restaurant & Sports Bar, even though a few of us had already been there.

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Old Town Walk Through History Plaque will Honor Kenneth Otto

FOTPlogo_ws1Mayor Thomas P. Schneider announced that the City, along with Old Town Partners, will host a dedication to unveil a plaque in honor of the late Kenneth J. “Ken” Otto.

This will be the 31st Walk Through History plaque in honor of someone who has made a valuable contribution to the City of Florissant. The ceremony, located at 330 rue St. Francois, will be held on Wed., Aug. 30 at 5:45 p.m.

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$1.7 Million Grant Awarded to Improve Academics & Reduce Violence Among Teenagers

   The St. Louis County Department of Public Health has been awarded a 4-year, $1.7 million grant to implement and evaluate efforts to improve academic performance and reduce violence among teenagers.

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