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Dance and Cookies May 8 at Nature Lodge, Sunset Park
Grownups (moms, grandmas, aunts, special escorts) can treat the boys in their lives age 12 and under to an evening filled with fun, music, and dancing, plus cookies and punch at the Nature Lodge at Sunset Park on May 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Formal dress is required.
Florissant residents can haul down the clutter from their attics and treasures from their garages and organize accumulated goodies from their barns for the 6th Annual Florissant Garage Sale at the James J Eagan Ice Rink on April 25 from 9 a.m.-l p.m. Only Florissant residents are eligible to reserve space at the sale.
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council honored Councilman Ben Hernandez Monday night for his nine years of service on the council. Hernandez lost the recent election to Tommy Siam.
“It’s been a pleasure to serve on the council,” Hernandez said. He said he was influenced by several people and mentioned former councilwomen Karen McKay and Nancy Lubiewski as especially helpful when he first became a councilman. “To be elected is a gift,” he said. “It was a great adventure and I met a lot of good people.”
By Jim Wieners
The battle between the last two Class Four Girls Track & Field State Champions aiming to be the first to win in Class Five, in the first year as a Five-Class sport, has begun April 11 in Wentzville at Timberland High School.
The 4th Annual Florissant Resident “Free Document Shredding Day” will be held Saturday, April 18 at the rear parking lot of St. Ferdinand Park from 9 a.m. to noon. Any sensitive tax, bank or financial records from home will be shredded professionally by the Cintas Document Management Company. The information will be destroyed so that it cannot be recognized or recreated, then the paper will be recycled.
Three Boy Scouts are recognized by their principals for assisting with the rescue of a man stuck in the mud. From left (rear) are: Paul Alvord, principal, Russell Elementary; Dustin Owen, Florissant Police department; Katherine Chambers, principal, Northwest Middle. Second row (from left): Alexander Frank, Jake Wenzara, and Colt Daily.« Previous Entries Next Entries »