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F.I.T. Kids Camp Revises
Site Plan, Gets Council OK
By Carol Arnett
The Florissant City Council held one public hearing and considered several bills at the council meeting last week. The council began the meeting with a moment of silence for the victims of the shooting in Orlando.
Fiesta in Florissant Returns to Knights of Columbus Park June 25 and 26
Hispanic Festival, Inc. of Greater St. Louis will be presenting “Fiesta in Florissant” at the Knights of Columbus Park located near the corner of Lindbergh and Washington. The event will take place on Saturday, June 25 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, June 26. The colorful and festive Welcoming Ceremony will begin on Saturday, June 25 with remarks from the City of Florissant Mayor Thomas Schneider.
150th Anniversary of Being in Florissant
Over 750 parishioners, friends, family, and dignitaries came out to celebrate 150 years that the Sacred Heart Catholic Church has been in the beautiful city of Florissant. Archbishop Robert Carlson along with the current Pastor, Msgr. Mark Ullrich and Associate Rev. Paul Hamilton celebrated Mass. Many past Pastors and associates attended to help celebrate Mass and continue the celebration with dinner and fellowship afterwards.
Florissant Police Remind Area
Residents Fireworks are Illegal
– The Florissant Police Department is reminding that the Discharge and Possession of Fireworks is illegal in St. Louis County as well as the City of Florissant.
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« Previous Entries Next Entries »