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Seeks Volunteers, Donations and Money
Story and Photos by Nichole Richardson
Florissant’s local food pantry, TEAM, of the Emergency Assistance Ministry, is celebrating its 30-year anniversary and looking for volunteers to help them serve the Florissant and Hazelwood.
Come To the July 4th Display
Mayor Tom Schneider is advising Florissant residents that the city has a law to protect residents from the dangers of fireworks.
The Eagan Center Theater has had a message reminding residents that “For your safety fireworks are prohibited in the City of Florissant” since a couple of weeks ago. The portable public works signs will have a similar message and be located at the Police Department frontage on N. Lindbergh
Dinner July 17 at Hendel’s Cafe
To commemorate North County Incorporated’s (NCI) 39 years of service to the community, NCI is holding its annual Anniversary Fundraiser at Hendel’s Market Café & Piano Bar on Sunday, July 17, beginning at 6 pm. Space is limited for this event to the first 80 paid registrants who will enjoy an elegant dinner and wine pairing along with a silent auction.
‘Walk thru History’ Plaque Dedication for Dooleys
Before the second Wednesday Night Out festivities begin June 29, Old Town Partners and Mayor Thomas Schneider will unveil a plaque to honor the late John M. and Pearl M. Dooley. The event will be held in front of Dooley’s Florist, 690 rue St. Francois, at 5:45 p.m. This will be the 27th Walk through History plaque in honor of someone who has made a valuable contribution to the City of Florissant.
Mayor Thomas P. Schneider was the guest speaker at the annual Memorial Day Ceremony that was hosted by the organization the Missouri State Society Daughters of the American Revolution on Monday, May 30t. Over 200 people were in attendance for a full ceremony including a color guard and a 21 gun salute as well as a bagpipe player with a flower laying component that was held at the historic Cold Water Creek Cemetery.
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council Monday voted on a bill that would revise the ward boundaries in the city. The council held a public hearing to review the report of the Redistricting Commission and take public comments concerning the commission’s recommendation at the last meeting. At that point, the boundary commission presented a solution to the city.« Previous Entries Next Entries »